CBC News: The National | Alberta field hospitals could hold 750 COVID-19 patients | Dec. 3, 2020

An internal Alberta government document obtained by CBC News shows the province is planning for field hospitals to hold 750 COVID-19 patients if necessary and may require help from the military. Black civil servants have filed a lawsuit against the federal government alleging it discriminated against Black employees for decades. Plus, there are reports that the U.S. is working on a deal to let Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou return to China. #COVID19#AlbertaCOVID#MengWanzhou00:00 The National for Dec. 3, 202001:03 U.S. reportedly negotiating a deal with Meng Wanzhou04:04 New details about Alberta’s request for field hospitals07:32 Cries for help from inside Alberta’s hospitals 10:02 Ontario COVID-19 ICU admissions hit key threshold 10:29 Toronto school closed over COVID-19 outbreak10:52 Quebec cancels Christmas gathering in red zones11:19 Manitoba urges people not to gather for holidays12:24 Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan 15:14 Hackers trying to target vaccine supply chain 17:25 Black civil servants sue the federal government 21:05 Students with disabilities face pandemic challenges 23:38 Dear Ollie: A sister's letter to her younger brother 25:36 At Issue: Jason Kenney's pandemic leadership 30:12 At Issue: First Ministers' meeting lookahead36:22 Inside India’s COVID-19 advantage40:18 U.S. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new highs43:09 The Moment | COVID Christmas concertSubscribe to The National: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1Connect with The National online:Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/thenationalTwitter | https://twitter.com/CBCTheNationalInstagram | https://www.instagram.com/cbcthenationalMore from CBC News | https://www.cbc.ca/newsThe National is CBC's flagship nightly news program, featuring the day's top stories with in-depth and original journalism, with hosts Adrienne Arsenault and Andrew Chang in Toronto, Ian Hanomansing in Vancouver and the CBC's chief political correspondent, Rosemary Barton in Ottawa.