Nov. 18, 2021 | Assessing the damage and cleanup from the B.C. floods as hundreds remain stranded. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds his first in-person, trilateral meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador. Plus, Health Canada is expected to approve the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids on Friday. 00:00… Continue reading CBC News: The National | B.C. flood aftermath, Leaders’ Summit, Vaccine for kids
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… Continue reading CBC News: The National | Chrétien under fire, Bomb cyclone, Right to disconnect
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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… Continue reading CBC News: The National | Container ship fire, Iqaluit water crisis, Mark Messier
Sept. 7, 2021 | The National is in Calgary with a look at their political concerns and the impact of the pandemic’s fourth wave. The role of Maxime Bernier and the People’s Party of Canada in this federal election. Plus, is this the golden age of Canadian tennis? 00:00 The National for Sept. 7, 2021… Continue reading CBC News: The National | Alberta politics in a pandemic, Maxime Bernier, Canadian tennis