CBC News: The National | Chrétien under fire, Bomb cyclone, Right to disconnect

Oct. 25, 2021 | Former prime minister Jean Chrétien faces criticism for comments he made about residential schools. A bomb cyclone slams B.C., knocking out power to thousands. Plus, a proposal that would force employers to let workers disconnect after hours.

00:00 The National for Oct. 25, 2021
01:04 Former PM Jean Chrétien under fire
04:29 Trudeau selects new cabinet Tuesday
06:41 Saskatchewan COVID-19 crisis
08:57 Ontario lifts COVID-19 capacity limits
11:10 Manitoba lifts some COVID-19 limits
11:33 Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for kids
11:58 Bomb cyclone slams B.C.
14:24 Cargo ship fire burns near Victoria
14:53 Record-high greenhouse gas emissions
15:27 Climate change aid promises
17:50 Nunavut general election
20:42 Thousands protest military coup in Sudan
21:10 Hunger crisis in Afghanistan
23:33 COVID-19 restrictions in Russia
26:44 Countdown to the COP26 summit
26:57 Fighting climate change in their own backyard
31:28 Why India can’t live without coal
36:09 Production paused on the set of ‘Rust’
36:31 Facebook report $9B in profits
36:53 Ontario purposes ‘right to disconnect’
40:10 Improving access to Africville site
42:51 The Moment

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