CBC News: The National | Container ship fire, Iqaluit water crisis, Mark Messier

Oct. 24, 2021 | Crews are working to douse a fire on board a container ship carrying some highly flammable chemicals. The Canadian Armed Forces deliver help to Iqaluit as the city’s water remains undrinkable. Plus, Mark Messier talks to Ian Hanomansing about becoming a leader and growing up with Gretzky.

00:00 The National for Oct. 24, 2021
01:06 Cargo ship fire near Vancouver Island
03:42 Bomb cyclone brings high winds to B.C.
05:30 Vigil for cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
07:53 Water purification units arrive in Iqaluit
10:10 COVID-19 strains Saskatchewan’s ICUs
12:14 B.C. and Ontario relaxing COVID-19 limits
13:01 New pandemic support programs
15:11 Jean Chrétien on picking a cabinet
16:22 Enterprise Rental truck charges | Go Public
19:44 Ed Sheeran says he has COVID-19
20:04 Battle for control of Rogers
22:20 Court ruling on FN land development
25:17 The National interview: Mark Messier
36:55 Truck driver shortage become more urgent
43:50 The Moment

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