CBC News: The National | Killer identified in Christine Jessop’s 1984 murder | Oct. 15, 2020

Toronto police have identified Calvin Hoover as the man they believe raped and murdered nine-year-old Christine Jessop in 1984. We look at the cutting-edge DNA analysis that helped crack the cold case. Plus, instead of a debate, Joe Biden and Donald Trump are holding duelling town halls two weeks before the U.S. election.


00:00 Latest headlines
00:54 Christine Jessop murder solved
04:26 Genetic genealogy helped solve the case
06:59 Trump-Biden duelling town halls
13:08 Costco CEO granted quarantine exemption
15:26 New COVID-19 cases across Canada
16:04 High demand for flu shots
18:14 N.S. Mi’kmaw lobster fishery dispute
21:06 Fake Google Map listings mislead consumers
23:44 Canadian Kennel Club will clean up puppy list
24:57 Look back: Christine Jessop 1984 murder
26:54 Guy Paul Marin's wrongful conviction
30:21 At Issue: National standards for long-term care
39:49 Europe deals with surge of COVID-19 cases
40:13 Britain to impose stricter COVID-19 lockdown
40:30 Queen's first outing during the pandemic
43:20 The Moment

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