Canada Votes 2019: Election Night in American Sign Language

Canada Votes 2019: Election Night in American Sign Language

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CBC News presents the first election-night broadcast in the history of Canada in American Sign Language. It features eight ASL interpreters in 20-minute installments from start to finish with a redesigned screen and mini results board bringing you riding-by-riding results from across the country.

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