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CTV National News is Canada's most-watched national news program.  Now you can stay up date with CTV’s Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme Monday to Friday with the CTV National News Podcast, delivered nightly.  Listen to Canada’s most trusted newscast featuring stories from here and around the world with a perspective that is distinctly Canadian and backed by the #1 news organization in Canada.
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CTV National News for June 21: Oilers keep Stanley Cup dream alive

The Edmonton Oilers head to Game 7 after a stunning win against the Panthers, meanwhile; Canada Soccer investigates racial abuse targeting one of its star players and provinces join forces to fight wildfires in Newfoundland and Labrador.
6/22/202423 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News for June 20: Donald Sutherland dead at 88

Two-time Golden Globe-award-winning actor Donald Sutherland has died at the age of 88; plus, multiple wildfires are burning out of control.    
6/21/202423 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News for June 19: Fears of heat-related deathss

There are increasing concerns of heat-related deaths in Canada; meanwhile, WestJet cancels flights amid possible mechanics’ strike.
6/20/202424 minutes, 11 seconds
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CTV National News for June 18: Justin Timberlake arrested

Justin Timberlake has been arrested in New York and charged with impaired driving; plus, a shocking road rage incident has people talking.
6/19/202423 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News for June 17: Three dead in Ont. shooting

North York shooting near a daycare and school leaves three dead; meanwhile, Canadians prepare for heat wave across the country.
6/18/202423 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News for June 14: Calgary water crisis could drag on for another five weeks

Calgary's water crisis could drag on for another five weeks, meanwhile; new details emerge on sexual allegations against billionaire Frank Stronach, and Trudeau has a tense meeting with India's Modi at the G7 summit.
6/15/202423 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National News for June 13: Edmonton hosts first Stanley Cup Final game in 18 years

For the first time in 18 years, Edmonton hosted a Stanley Cup Final game as the Oilers take on the Panthers, meanwhile; a new tool to fend off car thieves and tensions between federal party leaders following the NSICOP report on foreign interference.
6/14/202423 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News for June 12: Mother says her child almost died after tonsillectomy

An Ontario mother is sharing her story after she says her daughter almost died following a tonsillectomy; and newly released video of the shocking surrender of the suspect in the 2023 University of Waterloo triple stabbing.
6/13/202423 minutes, 51 seconds
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CTV National News for June 11: Passengers sleep in airport

A United Airlines flight was diverted causing over 240 passengers to sleep in a small airport; meanwhile, Celine Dion vows to perform again.
6/12/202423 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News for June 10: Major water restrictions continue in Calgary

Water restrictions in Calgary following a large water main break; and steps towards possible changes to the capital gains tax.
6/11/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News for June 9: Thousands march in support of Israel

Thousands marched in Toronto in show of solidarity for Israel; plus why is the Canadian Human Rights Commission under a review.
6/10/202423 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News for June 7: New deadline set for potential CBSA job action

Backups at the border put on hold as the deadline for a CBSA strike is pushed back; plus Calgary risks running dry after a water main break.
6/8/202423 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News for June 6: Vets return to Juno Beach 80 years after D-Day

Canadian war veterans share the story of Juno Beach 80 years after D-Day; plus new guidelines on how to spot an eating disorder.
6/7/202423 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News for June 5: BoC cuts interest rate for first time in years

Millions of Canadians breathe a sigh of relief as The Bank of Canada cuts the interest rate; plus a giant leap for Canada's space program.
6/6/202423 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News for June 4: Mortgage advice ahead of interest rate decision

Canadian mortgage holders mull fixed or variable rates ahead of possibly interest rate cut; plus the baked-in cost of rising cocoa prices.
6/5/202423 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News for June 3: Stunning allegations over foreign interference

A new report suggests Canadian MPs accepted perks to share privileged information with foreign states; plus flight fares on the way up.
6/4/202423 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News for May 31: Notorious serial killer Robert Pickton dead at 74

Notorious B.C. serial killer Robert Pickton has died at the age of 74 following a violent assault in a Quebec prison; Judy Trinh shares all you need to know about the slew of guilty charges slapped on Trump and what the road ahead looks like for the felon; and, Mother Nature appears to be giving those who missed the dazzling northern lights display another chance.
6/1/202423 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News for May 30: Former U.S. president Trump convicted on all counts

Donald Trump becomes the first former U.S. president to be convicted of a felony; plus the insurance cost of rising car theft.
5/31/202423 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News for May 29: An elaborate and expensive escape from Gaza

The extraordinary journey of a family who escaped from a war zone in Gaza; plus more schools take big tech to court over social media.
5/30/202423 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News for May 28: House Speaker Fergus survives vote to oust him

MPs vote on whether or not House Speaker Greg Fergus should vacate his seat; plus a Hamas hostage shares her harrowing story.
5/29/202423 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News for May 27: Chorus of condemnation over airstrike

Canada's adds its voice to the international condemnation of an Israeli airstrike; plus a major auto theft bust in Ontario.
5/28/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for May 26: Missiles fired toward Tel Aviv

For the first time in months Hamas launches missiles towards Tel Aviv; plus, more Canadians are vacationing close to home.
5/27/202423 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News for May 23: Ticketmaster lawsuit

U.S. Justice Department has launched a lawsuit against Ticketmaster; plus Canada will be the home to a new WNBA team.
5/24/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for May 22: Calls to recognize Palestine

At least three countries have moved to recognize Palestinian statehood; plus, three young boys were stabbed to death in Montreal.
5/23/202423 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News for May 21: Deadly turbulence

Violent turbulence kills one man on a Singapore Airlines fight; and Trudeau heads to the U.S. to drum up support for trade.
5/22/202423 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News for May 17: PGA golfer arrested

Masters champion Scottie Scheffler was arrested at the PGA Championship; meanwhile, RCMP link homicides from the 1970s to a serial killer.
5/18/202423 minutes, 30 seconds
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CTV National News for May 15: Wildfire destruction in B.C.

Thousands of evacuees in B.C. await to hear if their homes have been damaged or destroyed by the wildfires on a rampage in the region; Paul Hollingsworth explains how a new Statistics Canada report shows insurance companies’ unwavering profitability from natural disasters; and, Annie Bergeron-Oliver reports on the amateur chef in Ottawa gaining international attention for his deep dish pizza creations. 
5/16/202423 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News for May 14: Alberta threatened by fire

Thousands are under evacuation orders as wildfires inch closer to Alta.; plus, a whale entangled in fishing gear has been spotted near N.B.
5/15/202423 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News for May 13: Extreme fire behaviour

Emergency crews are battling a fire in Fort Nelson, B.C. and the smoke is affecting air quality across the country.
5/14/202423 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News for May 12: Wildfires in western Canada

Wildfires causing evacuation orders across the country; meanwhile, Israel advance deeper into Rafah amid warning from U.S.
5/13/202423 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News for May 10: B.C. cyberattack

B.C. officials say the province was likely hacked by a foreign government or someone acting for one; plus, Canada added 90,000 jobs in April.
5/11/202424 minutes, 7 seconds
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CTV National News for May 9: Trump denies affair with Stormy

In a blistering cross examination, lawyers for former U.S. President Trump grilled adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
5/10/202424 minutes, 4 seconds
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CTV National News for May 8: Union battle brewing

A battle is brewing between the federal government and workers’ unions who oppose in-office work; plus, the U.S. halts arms sales to Israel. 
5/9/202423 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News for May 7: Drake's security guard shot outside rapper's Toronto home

Drake's security guard was shot outside the rapper's Toronto home, suspects in Hardeep Singh Nijjar's killing appear in court, and Israeli airstrikes kill 23 Palestinians in Rafah as the IDF intensifies its attack on Gaza.
5/8/202423 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News for May 6: Rafah incursion imminent

More than 1M people are sheltering in Rafah as Israel prepares a ground invasion; meanwhile, a Winnipeg man has confessed to killing 4 women
5/7/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for May 5: Invasion imminent in Rafah

An invasion in Rafah is becoming increasingly imminent despite calls for ceasefire; meanwhile, Pro-Palestinian anti-war protest encampments expand.
5/6/202423 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News for May 3: B.C. murder suspects arrested

Three Indian nationals have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Sikh activist; plus, more details into China’s election meddling.
5/4/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News for April 30: Poilievre kicked out of parliament

A heated exchange between Pierre Poilievre and Justin Trudeau led to the opposition leader's dismissal from parliament; Canada's finance minister backtracks on a proposed capital gains tax hike, also; OPP are being questioned over their handling of a high-speed chase that ended tragically.
5/1/202423 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News for April 29: University student protesters call for end to war on Gaza

Canadian university students heed the call from across the border to protest the war in Gaza; and one B.C. women's call for justice in the name of her husband who died while waiting for emergency care.
4/30/202423 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 27: Pro-Palestinian protests on both sides of the border

A Pro-Palestinian protest movement that started in the U.S. has now reached Canada, sparking safety concerns on campuses; Some food banks are sounding the alarm as new data shows how more and more Canadians are turning to them for help; and the Wooden Walls distillery in St. Johns who just won the top prize at the World Vodka Awards. 
4/28/202423 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 26: B.C. recriminalizes use of drugs in public spaces

B.C. recriminalizes use of drugs in public spaces; meanwhile, whale calf swims out of a B.C. lagoon after being trapped for a month.
4/27/202423 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 25: Court overturns Weinstein’s rape conviction

New York’s highest court overturns Harvey Weinstein's 2020 rape conviction; meanwhile, Trump seeks immunity from criminal charges.
4/26/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 24: Potential TikTok ban in U.S.

U.S. congress passes legislation that could ban TikTok, meanwhile; environment minister seeks limits on plastic production.
4/25/202423 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News for April 23: Doctors’ advocates call out capital gains tax hike

Doctor advocates are criticizing the hike to capital gains tax; RCMP allege two Quebec men tried to sell military drones to Libya; critics call out B.C.’s about face over suing Meta, TikTok; and why a man is running across Canada in 99 days.
4/24/202423 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfires in British Columbia and Alberta

Monday, April 23, 2024: British Columbia, Alberta are already dealing with dozens of wildfires; nations meet to try to create a deal to end plastic pollution.
4/23/202423 minutes, 6 seconds
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CTV National News for April 19: Guilty verdict in case of Sask. father who abducted his own daughter

A guilty verdict in the case of a Saskatchewan father who abducted his own daughter over the COVID-19 vaccine; Isreal strikes back at Iran.
4/20/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News for April 18: Gas prices soar overnight for millions of Canadians

What's driving the biggest jump at the pump in two years for millions of drivers; and, the manhunt for a social media daredevil.
4/19/202423 minutes, 33 seconds
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CTV National News for April 17: Arrests made in $24M Toronto Pearson gold heist

New revelations in an historic gold heist at Canada's biggest airport; and, a Toronto Raptors player banned for life from the NBA.
4/18/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for April 16: Budget day on Parliament Hill

The federal government tabled its fiscal budget promising relief from the rising cost of living; plus, Israel's potential response to Iran.
4/17/202423 minutes, 41 seconds
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April 15: Israel vows to retaliate against Iran for attack

With heightened hostilities in the Middle East, Israel vows to respond to Iran's unprecedented attack; also, the difficult search for an impartial jury in former U.S. president Donald Trump's historic hush money trial.
4/16/202423 minutes, 34 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 12: Trudeau unveils housing plan

Prime Minister Trudeau unveils plan to build nearly 4 million homes by 2031; meanwhile, plans to help rescue whale calf continue in B.C.
4/13/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for Apr. 11: O.J. Simpson dead at 76

O.J. Simpson dead at the age of 76 after battle with cancer; meanwhile, shelters struggle to keep up with demand in Canada.
4/12/202423 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News for April 10: Trudeau testifies at public inquiry into election interference

Prime Minister Trudeau testified at the public inquiry into foreign election interference; Warnings that 2024 wildfire season could be severe.
4/11/202423 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News for April 9: Trudeau to testify at public inquiry

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify at public inquiry into foreign interference; Landmark climate ruling could have global impact.
4/10/202423 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News for April 8: Total solar eclipse in Canada

People across Canada gathered to watch a rare total solar eclipse; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced additional funding for the Canadian military.
4/9/202423 minutes, 34 seconds
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CTV National News for April 5: Earthquake rocks New York

New York was rocked by a 4.8 magnitude earthquake; Canada's unemployment rate has jumped to the highest level in two years.
4/6/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News for April 4: New data on Canada's health care crisis

New data sheds light on crisis in Canada's health-care system; Ford production delays spark concerns in Canadian auto sector.
4/5/202423 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News for April 3: Heavy damage in Taiwan after earthquake

A desperate search for survivors is underway in Taiwan after a powerful earthquake; There's growing international outrage over deadly IDF strike on aid workers.
4/4/202423 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News for April 2: New housing pledge from Ottawa

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government announced a $6B pledge for new infrastructure; Israel under international pressure after killing aid workers
4/3/202423 minutes, 53 seconds
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CTV National News for April 1: Increase to Canada's carbon tax

There's outrage and protests in some corners after an increase to Canada's carbon tax; Ottawa unveils plans for a long-promise national school lunch program.
4/2/202423 minutes, 54 seconds
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CTV National News for March 29: Cleanup begins in Baltimore

Cranes are in place at the Baltimore bridge collapse; meanwhile, the ICJ has ordered Israel to open land crossings to Gaza.
3/30/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News for March 28: Social media giants sued

Four Ont. school boards are suing some of the biggest social media companies; plus, Trudeau unveils plans to expand $10-a-day child care.
3/29/202423 minutes, 33 seconds
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CTV National News for March 27: Search ends in Baltimore

Two bodies have been recovered in Baltimore before the conclusion of the search; meanwhile, feds propose Canadian Renters’ Bill of Rights.
3/28/202423 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News for March 26: Baltimore bridge collapses

A cargo ship collides with a Baltimore bridge causing it to collapse, meanwhile; death of two belugas at Marineland causes concerns.
3/27/202423 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News for March 25: UN passes Gaza ceasefire resolution for the first time without vetoes

For the first time since Oct. 7, the UN passed a ceasefire resolution in Gaza; meanwhile a group of airliners are taking passenger compensation rights to court.
3/26/202423 minutes, 48 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 22: Kate Middleton diagnosed with cancer

Kate Middleton says she has been undergoing chemotherapy after her cancer diagnosis; meanwhile, dozens killed in Moscow mass shooting.
3/23/202423 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 19: Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney lies in state on Parliament Hill

Dignitaries and members of the public pay homage to the late Brian Mulroney, as he lies in state; and a glimmer of hope for consumers, as Canada's February inflation rates unexpectedly drop.
3/20/202423 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 18: Ex-Mountie accused of spying for China tells all

A former Mountie accused of being an agent for China tells his side of the story, MPs pay tributes to Brian Mulroney ahead of his state funeral and Donald Trump's money troubles.
3/19/202423 minutes, 48 seconds
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CTV National News for March 15: Debate on immigration

Quebec’s premier wants a shift in how immigration is handled in his province, plus Israel approves plans for a ground offensive in Rafah.
3/16/202423 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 14: Canadian diplomats, nationals in Haiti seek safety

Canada reduces its diplomatic footprint in Haiti as the crisis worsens, Ottawa reveals a secret investigation into TikTok, and a shocking admission by a former Quebec judge years after the murder of his wife.
3/15/202423 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 13: Clock is ticking on TikTok amid U.S. ban threat

The U.S. Congress inches closer on implementing a ban on TikTok, Trudeau meets with his biggest adversary of the carbon tax and why the race to space is heating up.
3/14/202423 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 12: Haiti's PM steps down amid turmoil

Amid violent turmoil in Haiti the nation's leader steps down, questions arise over the probe on Biden's handling of classified documents, and the untimely death of a former Boeing whistleblower.
3/13/202423 minutes, 47 seconds
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CTV National News for Mar. 11: Royal photo raises concern

An attempt to soothe concerns over the Princess of Wales worsens, global diplomats gather for an emergency meeting on gang violence in Haiti, and TikTok fights to stay online in the U.S.
3/12/202423 minutes, 5 seconds
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CTV National News: Mass killing in Ottawa, including four children

Thursday, March 7: Ottawa is reeling after a mother and her four children were among six killed; mourning the Ontario family who perished in a plane crash.
3/8/202423 minutes, 7 seconds
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CTV National News: More families unable to afford to bury loved ones

Wednesday, March 6, 2024: Newfoundland families are unable to afford burying their loved ones; Ottawa suspends the largest contractor who worked on the ArriveCAN app; Abuse victims can now ‘ask for Angela’ to discreetly ask for help at grocery stores; millions on TikTok tuning in to see grandma shoot hoops.
3/7/202423 minutes, 54 seconds
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CTV National News: Catastrophic plane crash kills five Canadians

Tuesday, March 5, 2024: Investigating a catastrophic plane crash which killed 5 Canadians; children hospitalized after a school bus crash in southwestern Ontario; Luke Magnotta moved from maximum security prison in 2022.
3/6/202423 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: U.S. Supreme Court rules Trump can stay on ballot

Monday, March 4, 2024: The U.S. Supreme Court rules states cannot boot Donald Trump off the ballot; doctors urge people to get vaccinated as measles cases grow; pro-Palestinian demonstrators block Trudeau from event; and dozens of sports organizations worried they're running out of money.
3/5/202423 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: A mass killer's final moments

 A coroner’s report found that Myles Sanderson died of a cocaine overdose; nearly one-quarter of teens are exposed to harmful content online.
3/1/202423 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Brian Mulroney dead at 84

Condolences are pouring in after the death of former PM Brian Mulroney; ArriveCan contract was awarded to a firm run by DND employee.  
3/1/202423 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: New information on 2019 lab firings

New information on the high-profile firings of two scientists in 2019; concerns vaccine hesitancy may allow a deadly comeback for measles.  
3/1/202423 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Feds table online harms bill

The government tables a new bill targeting harmful online content; European leaders work to shore up support for Ukraine.
2/27/202423 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Pharmacare deal reached

The Liberals and NDP reach deal on pharmacare ahead of March 1 deadline; low-cost airline Lynx Air will cease operations.
2/24/202423 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Mission to the Moon

The first private spacecraft has landed on the Moon; a life sentence for the man who killed a London, Ont. Muslim family.
2/23/202423 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada Soccer sued for $40M

A $40M lawsuit has been filed by the Players' Association against Canada Soccer board; Poilievre details his position on transgender rights.
2/22/202423 minutes, 2 seconds
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CTV National News: Inflation cools in January

New Statistics Canada data found inflation rates cooled in January; U.S. preparing sanctions for Russia over the death of Alexei Navalny.
2/21/202423 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Navalny's widow speaks out

Alexei Navalny's widow promises to carry on his fight; Israel issues a deadline for the return of hostages.
2/21/202423 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: Death toll rises in Gaza

Dozens killed in Israeli airstrikes across Gaza, meanwhile; UN’s top court to weigh consequences of Israel occupation.
2/19/202423 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: Jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny dead at 47

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has died at the age of 47 sparking widespread accusations surrounding the cause of his death, Donald Trump is being being ordered to pay US$354M and barred from doing business in N.Y., and Prince Harry opened up about the cancer diagnosis of his father King Charles III as he wraps up his B.C. tour.
2/17/202423 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: RCMP forms national team to combat extortion

With a string of violent extortions likely connected to organized crime overseas, the RCMP has formulated a national team. two women were killed and another in critical condition following a stabbing attack at in a suburb just west of Montreal, and a Nova Scotia man turned what was once a pandemic hobby into a mission to clean up trash from the ocean.
2/16/202423 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: One dead after shooting at K.C. Super Bowl parade

One person is dead along with at least twenty injured after armed men opened fire at a Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade, a key component of the Liberals climate policy is getting a rebrand, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent Valentines Day in B.C. meeting with Invictus Games athletes. 
2/15/202423 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Alberta RCMP constable charged for sharing data with Rwanda

A front line RCMP constable in Alberta has been charged for allegedly sharing data to help a foreign actor with the Republic of Rwanda, another winter storm is expected to dump at least 50cm of snow across the Maritimes.
2/14/202423 minutes, 1 second
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CTV National News: Suspect charged after young family murdered in Manitoba

The close-knit town of Carman, Manitoba has been shattered by grief following the murder of five family members, a son is speaking out after he says his mother who has alzheimers was allegedly raped in the Bahamas, and the University of New Brunswick hockey team ‘Reds’ have accomplished what no other team in Canada has done before.
2/13/202423 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Netanyahu pledges criticized IDF invasion of Rafah

U.S. President Biden called the IDF’s response in Gaza as ‘out of control’ which all comes as Netanyahu plans an invasion into Rafah, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh signals rising tensions for Liberal support over the pharmacare legislation, and a married couple in B.C. went ahead to turn a sad tree stump into ‘something happy.’
2/12/202423 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Job numbers slightly up

Canada’s job numbers are up and a big part of that growth is due to the oil and gas sector in Newfoundland.
2/10/202422 minutes, 58 seconds
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CTV National News: Footage shows extortion attack on Ont. business

An alleged gunman involved in an extortion attack on an Ont. business speaks with CTV News; Bell Canada Inc. lays off 4,800 employees, sells radio station and the heartwarming story of a N.L. woman who received over 1,500 birthday cards after turning 104. 
2/9/202423 minutes, 2 seconds
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CTV National News: Extortion in Canada’s South Asian communities

Members of Canada's South Asian community speak out on being the targets of violent extortion attempts, an Ontario city deals with a sudden spike in drug overdoses and a Saskatchewan neighbourhood sees its streets turned into ice skating rinks.
2/8/202423 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Backup to help N.S. snowstorm cleanup on the way

Nova Scotia's premier apologizes as the federal government offers to help after a historic snowstorm, questions are raised about a plan to investigate high food prices and an amateur curler returns after a 35-year break to play in Canada's biggest men's curling championship.
2/7/202423 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News: Five former members of WCJ charged with sexual assault

The police chief in London, Ont., apologizes for the delay in a sexual assault case against five former world junior players, King Charles III is diagnosed with cancer and a group of hockey programs in New Brunswick aim to make the sport more inclusive for children with autism.
2/6/202423 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Toronto to host Canada's first FIFA World Cup game

Sunday, Feb.4, 2024: FIFA announces Canada will host 13 games during the 2026 World Cup, five former world junior players will appear in an Ontario courtroom to face sexual assault charges and a B.C. woman hopes to inspire others to cross goals off their bucket lists.
2/5/202423 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News: Notable week in hockey clouded by sexual abuse charges

Friday, Feb. 2, 2024: A notable week in Canadian hockey has been clouded by sexual abuse charges, the U.S. launches retaliatory air strikes against Iran-backed militants in Iraq and Syria, and Canada eyes sanctions on Israeli extremists over violence against Palestinians.
2/3/202423 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Five hockey players charged

Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024: Alberta faces backlash over proposed restrictions on transgender youth, the director of Canada's spy agency testifies at the inquiry into foreign election interference and a report finds the number of cardiac arrests in Canada is far higher than previously estimated.
2/2/202423 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News: Social media CEOs grilled

Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024: Extreme flooding prompts evacuation orders and a state of emergency in B.C., Canada's birth rate reaches a record low and is a bagel with no hole still a bagel?
2/1/202423 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Murder-for-hire plot

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024: Provinces urge the federal government to pause its expansion of MAID to those with mental illnesses, a new partnership raises questions about competition and patient access to medications, and a massive shipwreck emerges off the coast of Newfoundland.
1/31/202423 minutes, 47 seconds
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CTV National News: Manitoba cold case arrest

Monday, Jan. 29, 2024: The union representing GO Train employees says operators are no longer allowed to help when a pedestrian is hit, questions are swirling about whether Taylor Swift will watch her boyfriend play in the Super Bowl and a box of hockey cards forgotten in a Saskatchewan basement could go for more than $1 million at auction.
1/30/202423 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News for Jan. 26: Landmark genocide case

The International Court of Justice orders Israel to prevent genocide in Gaza, an Ontario man accused of selling a lethal substance to people online has his murder charges upgraded and a missing dog makes a cross-country trek from Saskatchewan to Toronto.
1/27/202423 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: N.W.T. plane crash investigation

Thursday, Jan. 25, 2024: The community of Fort Smith, N.W.T., is reeling from a deadly plane crash, 251 high-end vehicles stolen across Canada are discovered in Italy and the University of Regina investigates dozens of cases of nursing students allegedly cheating.
1/26/202423 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: First N.W.T. plane crash victim identified

Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024: Four of the victims of a plane crash in the N.W.T. were on their way from Fort Smith to work at a diamond mine, a $7B EV battery factory in Que. is facing challenges from environment groups and a N.B. couple is $8.2M richer after winning a Chase the Ace game that lasted 48 weeks.
1/25/202423 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Two deadly air disasters in Canada

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024: As many as 10 people are reportedly dead after a plane crashed near Fort Smith, N.W.T., Donald Trump beats Nikki Haley in the New Hampshire primary and several Canadians are being recognized on Hollywood's biggest stage.
1/24/202423 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadian director Norman Jewison dead at 97

Monday, Jan. 22, 2024: Tributes are pouring in for one of Canada's most accomplished filmmakers whose career spanned decades; Canada is capping the number of international study visas it offers, a 35 per cent decrease from last year.
1/24/202423 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Spacecraft lands on moon

Friday, Jan. 19, 2024: A Japanese spacecraft lands successfully on the moon but struggles to generate power, a Toronto woman is acquitted in a retrial over the death of her daughter and hundreds of volunteers help flood outdoor ice rinks across Ottawa.
1/20/202423 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Targeted threats tied to an extortion ring in India

Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024: The deadline for Canadian businesses to repay CEBA pandemic loans is here, a 22-year-old man from Nova Scotia has been charged in connection with the largest wildfire in the province's history and the National Ballet of Ukraine brings its 'Hope' tour to Canada.
1/19/202423 minutes, 33 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. hit with brutal blast of winter

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024: A record spike in strep infections across Canada is putting a strain on hospitals, a troubling announcement from Buckingham Palace and former pro hockey player Brock McGillis shares his story as an openly gay hockey player.
1/18/202423 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: Rising inflation puts interest rate cut at risk

Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024: The annual inflation rate rises amid an upcoming interest rate announcement, an RCMP officer testifies at a coroner's inquest into the 2022 mass stabbing on a Saskatchewan First Nation and a 'Chase the Ace' jackpot in New Brunswick reaches $7.3 million.
1/17/202423 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump takes Iowa in crucial victory

Monday, Jan. 15, 2024: Former U.S. president Donald Trump wins the Iowa caucuses in the first major test of the 2024 U.S. election, a coroner's inquest into the Sask. mass killing spree begins and Buffalo Bills fans clear snow from their team's home stadium.
1/16/202423 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada hit by winter storm

Friday, Jan. 12, 2024: Weather alerts are issued in every province ahead of a major winter storm, flu concerns grow as families return to a post-holiday routine and a Ukrainian watchmaker restores a clock tower in Newfoundland that sat silent for more than 60 years.
1/13/202423 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: The life and legacy of political giant Ed Broadbent

Thursday, Jan. 11, 2024: Former NDP leader Ed Broadbent has died at the age of 87, South Africa takes it case to the UN's top court and accuses Israel of genocide, and extreme freeze grips much of Western Canada.
1/12/202423 minutes, 6 seconds
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CTV National News: Deep chill sweeps across Canada

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2024: Weather warnings are in place across much of Canada, Canadian universities face lawsuits over allegations of antisemitism and the Winnipeg Jets top NHL standings after a slow start.
1/11/202423 minutes, 7 seconds
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CTV National News: Winter storm systems move across Canada

Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2024: Storm systems bring snow, rain and high-speed winds across Canada, gunmen storm an Ecuadorian TV studio during a live broadcast and a highly anticipated lunar mission is delayed to 2025.
1/10/202423 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Troubling discovery for Boeing

Monday, January 8: Grounded planes leave Boeing under more scrutiny, Honda sets its sights on Canada for a multibillion-dollar electric vehicle deal and the latest mission to the moon is in trouble.
1/9/202423 minutes, 51 seconds
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CTV National News: Harrowing testimonies paint Afzaal family's grief

Friday, Jan. 5 2024: Emotional testimonies at Nathaniel Veltman's sentencing hearing paint a community's grief felt two years on, a string of house fires lead police to a large-scale extortion scheme and a warning to parents on a fatal flu season.
1/6/202423 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Victim impact statements read in Nathaniel Veltman trial

Relatives of the Afzaal family deliver emotional victim impact statements in the sentencing hearing for Nathaniel Veltman, two men in New Brunswick are exonerated after spending 40 years behind bars for murder and how a decades-old store in Halifax became a one-stop shop for newspapers and magazines.
1/5/202423 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News: Epstein documents unsealed

Jan. 3, 2024: Documents from a lawsuit connected to Jeffrey Epstein were publicly released, Canada still in a health-care crisis and 95 people were killed at a ceremony in Iran.
1/4/202423 minutes, 55 seconds
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CTV National News: 5 dead after two planes crash at Tokyo airport

Tuesday, January 2: An investigation is launched into a deadly plane crash at a Tokyo airport, Israel is accused of killing a Hamas leader in Lebanon with a drone and a young pilot receives a hero's welcome in her Newfoundland and Labrador community.
1/3/202423 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Thousands flee after 7.8-magnitude quake in Japan

An earthquake hits Japan's main island, Israel's Supreme Court strikes down a key component of Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial overhaul and an Ontario woman scores the first goal in PWHL history.
1/2/202423 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel expands attack in Gaza

Sunday, December 31: War rages in Gaza as Israel expands its attack, while bombardments between Russia and Ukraine continue and 2024 is set to be the biggest year for elections across the world.
1/1/202423 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Russia carries out a massive aerial blitz on Ukraine

Friday, December 29: Russia carries out a massive aerial blitz on Ukraine, B.C.'s transport minister lays down the hammer after a truck slams into an overpass south of Vancouver and a town in Newfoundland and Labrador marks a holiday tradition for the 25th year.  
12/30/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: 2 dead after falling through Rideau River ice

Thursday, December 28: Two teenagers are dead after a group fell through ice on the Rideau River, 10 people are rescued from a plane crash site in remote Northwest Territories and dozens of Canadians are set to receive the Order of Canada.
12/29/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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CTV National News: Full general strike in Quebec still very possible

Wednesday, December 27: Quebec signs another tentative deal with public sector workers, emergency rooms across the country are overburdened and a Canadian man appears to stave off his Parkinson's symptoms by cycling.
12/28/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel predicts months of war despite death toll

Tuesday, December 26: Israel says its war will last months as the death toll in Gaza nears 21,000, the Quebec government and public sectors unions resume negotiations, and Atlantic shoppers struggling with the cost of living hunt for deals.
12/27/202322 minutes, 52 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel-Hamas war rages on during holidays

Friday, December 24: The Israel-Hamas war rages on during the holidays, many Canadian charities report an increased demand in services, and community members bring food, clothing and joy to the homeless.
12/25/202323 minutes, 30 seconds
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CTV National News: UN council votes for surge in Gaza aid, U.S. abstains

The U.S. and Russia abstain on a UN Security Council vote on more aid in Gaza, Prague is in mourning after a gunman kills 14 people, and Newfoundlanders and Labradorians prepare for the unofficial holiday known as Tibb's Eve.
12/23/202323 minutes, 6 seconds
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CTV National News: Mass shooting in Prague

Dec. 21, 2023: The worst mass shooting in Czech Republic’s history, the UN’s stark warning about starvation Gaza and a new visa program to help Canadians’ extended family in Gaza.
12/22/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: Colorado Supreme Court bans Trump from being on ballot

Wednesday, December 20: The Colorado Supreme Court prevents Donald Trump from being on the ballot, nearly 20,000 people are dead in Gaza and how a University of Manitoba researcher cracked coded messages found in a Victorian-era dress.
12/21/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Phasing out gas car sales by 2035

Tuesday, December 19: Ottawa unveils new details on its plan to phase out gas-powered vehicle sales by 2035, the country sees its fastest quarterly population boom since 1957 and a new force is created to address Yemen's Houthis targeting ships in the Red Sea.
12/20/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Massive storm hits Canada, U.S.

Monday, December 18: Severe weather slams Canada and the U.S., the Pope approves blessings for same-sex couples and a man charged with the 2016 murder of his wife in Newfoundland appears in court.
12/19/202322 minutes, 56 seconds
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CTV National News: IDF mistakenly kills 3 Israeli hostages

Friday, December 15: The IDF mistakenly kills three Israeli hostages, an 11-year-old hockey player dies after being struck by a puck and the House of Commons adjourns for the year.
12/16/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News : Ontario expands where beer sold

Thursday, December 14: Ontario will allow beer sales in corner and big box stores, the truck driver behind the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash loses his latest bid to avoid deportation and Santa pays a visit to remote First Nations in Manitoba.
12/15/202323 minutes, 34 seconds
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CTV National News: COP28 stance on fossil fuels

Wednesday, December 13: Nearly 200 countries at COP28 agree to transition from fossil fuels, Israel continues its war in Gaza despite ceasefire calls at the UN and Tesla issues a massive recall in the U.S. and Canada.
12/14/202323 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National News: UN vote for ceasefire in Gaza

Tuesday, December 12: Canada joins a majority of nations at the UN in calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, Ukraine's president visits the U.S. seeking more military aid and a flight bound for Detroit gets a special Labrador welcome.
12/13/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News : Law charged with murder

Monday, December 11: Ontario's Kenneth Law faces murder charges after being accused of aiding in suicides, the federal government plans to expand dental coverage and 'Barbie' leads the Golden Globe nominations.
12/12/202322 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News: Surgeons utilize VR system

Friday, December 8: Surgeons use a training system inspired by video games; the Conservatives derail the parliamentary agenda with a filibuster; and the U.S. vetoes a vote on a ceasefire.
12/9/202322 minutes, 57 seconds
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CTV National News: Heavy bombardment in Gaza

Tuesday, December 5: Israel says it is closing in on Hamas leaders as civilians try to flee the fighting, the potential causes behind a spike in eating disorders among Canadian youth and a holiday classic tops the billboards for the first time.
12/6/202323 minutes, 11 seconds
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CTV National News: Civilians in Gaza face 'hell'

Monday, December 4: IDF warns displaced Palestinian civilians in southern Gaza to flee again; Palestinian-Canadians plead with feds; a pro-Israel rally held in Parliament Hill; mass job losses at CBC, Radio-Canada and Spotify.
12/5/202323 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Ceasefire abruptly ended

Friday, December 1: Bombings resume in Gaza after a weeklong ceasefire, a lawsuit hangs over the RCMP and how a Christmas tree shortage could affect consumers this holiday season.
12/2/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: New suicide crisis hotline

Thursday, November 30: A new hotline is launched for people struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts, Hamas kills three civilians after Israeli forces kill two Palestinian boys and a Canadian company's Panama mines are shut down.
12/1/202322 minutes, 54 seconds
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CTV National News: Alleged murder-for-hire plot

Wednesday, November 29: An Indian national is accused of trying to have a Sikh activist in the U.S. murdered, concerns mount over the youngest hostages in the Israel-Hamas war and 12 are arrested in an alleged car theft ring.
11/30/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Collapsed India tunnel rescue

Tuesday, November 28: Crews rescue workers trapped in a collapsed tunnel in India, one million Palestinians in Gaza are now displaced and tributes for a beloved Quebec musician.
11/29/202323 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News: Tenuous extension to truce

Monday, November 27: A tenuous truce between Israel and Hamas is extended, the shooting of three men of Palestinian descent in Vermont could be a hate crime and Western Canada deals with a sugar shortage.
11/28/202323 minutes, 53 seconds
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CTV National News: Hamas releases second round of hostages

Saturday, November 25: A second batch of hostages and prisoners released as part of a truce between Israel and Hamas; massive pro-Palestinian rally takes to the streets of Ottawa and 100 handknit stockings made in honour of a N.L. woman.
11/25/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Ceasefire in Gaza

Friday, November 24: Israel and Hamas begin a four-day ceasefire, Canada strengthens its energy ties with Europe and Ottawa tries to shed its dull nightlife reputation.
11/24/202323 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel-Hamas ceasefire deal

Thursday, November 23: The latest on the Israel-Hamas ceasefire deal, half a million public sector workers in Quebec go on strike and the famed musicians behind "Hall and Oates" head to court.
11/24/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: Rainbow Bridge blast

Wednesday, November 22: A vehicle explodes at the U.S.-Canada border, an ex-senior RCMP official is convicted under Canada's secrets law and how Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon is helping other women fight online hate.
11/23/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel approves ceasefire deal

Tuesday, November 21: Israel approves a temporary ceasefire deal, what the latest economic update could mean for Canadians and a man who left behind a surprise $4 million donation to his town.      
11/22/202322 minutes, 57 seconds
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CTV National News: Worries housing measures could drive up inflation

Monday, November 20: Worries over fall economic update and its housing plans; UN head says Israel's killing of civilians in Gaza is 'unprecedented.'
11/21/202323 minutes, 11 seconds
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CTV National News: Gaza’s growing crisis

Friday, November 17: The humanitarian crisis grows in Gaza, Trudeau and other leaders meet at APEC, and Toronto police announce a massive drug bust.
11/18/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: London, Ont. attacker convicted

Thursday, November 16: Nathaniel Veltman has been found guilty on four counts of murder, medics in Gaza express concerns over Israel’s raids, and  the latest on the APEC summit.
11/17/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel hospital raid decried

Nov. 15, 2023: Israel's raid on a Gaza hospital is condemned by the WHO, Israel's PM rebuked Trudeau over his calls to protect civilian life in Gaza, and major Canadian grocers report millions in profits.
11/16/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: Manslaughter arrest in Adam Johnson's death

Nov. 14, 2023: A manslaughter arrest in the death of hockey player Adam Johnson, the latest on the dire situation in Gaza and Thousands of people gathered in the U.S. capitol in support of Israel.
11/15/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: Battle rages around Gaza hospitals

Monday, November 13: Patients are stranded inside Gaza’s hospitals, a drug-resistant salmonella outbreak hits six provinces, and David Cameron returns to U.K. politics.
11/14/202323 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians arrive from Gaza

Friday, November 10: A father reunites with his wife and child from Gaza, Edmonton police investigate a shooting that killed an 11-year-old, and Hamas and Israel compete on the online battlefield.
11/11/202323 minutes, 11 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians describe what it's like in Gaza

Nov. 8, 2023: A Canadian man tearfully recounts fleeing Gaza, a fight broke out between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian students at Concordia University and the majority of Canadians demand a ceasefire in Gaza.
11/9/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: First Canadians leave Gaza

Tuesday, November 8: First Canadians allowed to leave Gaza one month since Israel-Hamas conflict escalated, Jewish community in shock of firebomb thrown at synagogue and Quebec community shattered over death of 3-year-old.
11/8/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Carbon tax motion defeated

Monday, November 6: MPs defeat a motion calling for more carbon tax carve-outs, more than 10,000 are dead in Gaza, and the hunt for a wanted sex offender.
11/7/202323 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News: Window to evacuate Gaza to open

November 3, 2023: Hundreds of Canadians trapped in Gaza may have a way out as early as Sunday, debate continues over the carbon tax and Alberta is being pressured to stay in the Canada Pension Plan.
11/4/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Foreign-trained docs file human rights complaint

Foreign-trained doctors file a human rights complaint against a Sask. hospital, the Israeli military strikes a refugee camp, and a data breach affects five Ont. hospitals.
11/3/202323 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Some foreign nationals flee Gaza, feds share immigration targets

Wednesday, November 1: Some foreign nationals in Gaza flee amid war, Poilievre wants to fight Trudeau on carbon pricing policy, and feds share immigration targets for the next few years.
11/2/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel attacks refugee camp, B.C. pushes Holocaust education

Tuesday, October 31: Israeli airstrikes hit refugee camp and kill dozens, B.C. plans on mandating Holocaust education in high schools and the latest on the federal government’s carbon pricing plan changes.
11/1/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel says no to ceasefire

Monday, October 30: Israel reject ceasefire calls as the death toll is Gaza rises, pro-Palestinian activists protest federal MPs, and Alberta threatens to use the Sovereignty Act to push back against the feds.
10/31/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Maine mass shooting suspect found dead

Friday, October 27: The suspect in the Maine mass shooting has been found dead, Israel expands ground operations in Gaza, and Canada takes aim at international student fraud schemes.
10/28/202323 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National news: Manhunt after Maine mass shooting

Thursday, October 26: A mass shooting in Maine leaves 18 dead, Trudeau announces changes to the carbon pricing program, and Buffy Sainte-Marie responds to questions about her ancestry.
10/27/202323 minutes, 51 seconds
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CTV National News: Death toll climbs in Gaza

Oct. 25, 2023: Urgent calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, what a humanitarian pause looks like and the Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady.
10/26/202323 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Sault Ste. Marie shooting

October 24, 2023: 5 people are dead, including children and the shooter, after a domestic violence attack in Sault Ste. Marie, the UN decries Israel's occupation of Gaza and a Jewish group wants some students expelled for condemning Israel. 
10/25/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News: Hamas frees two hostages

Monday, October 23: Hamas has freed two Israeli hostages, the St. Lawrence Seaway strike continues, and grocery shoppers are being hit with ‘skimpflation.’
10/24/202323 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Hamas releases two U.S. hostages

Friday, October 20: Hamas releases two U.S. hostages, Canada prepares for a possible Lebanon evacuation, and Christine Sinclair retires from Team Canada.
10/21/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: Aid set to enter Gaza

Thursday, October 19: Critical aid is set to enter Gaza through the Egyptian border, Canadian in the Gaza Strip yearn to return home, and 41 Canadian diplomats are evacuated from India.
10/20/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel to let aid into Gaza

October 18, 2023: Israel will allow Egypt to send aid to Gaza, the aftermath of the blast at a Gaza hospital and a former negotiator on Israel's refusal to negotiate with Hamas.
10/19/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News: Gaza hospital hit by blast

October 17, 2023: A Gaza City hospital was hit by a blast that killed more than 500 people, a Canadian may be among Hamas' hostages and remembering Netta Epstein.
10/18/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: More than 4,000 dead amid Israel-Hamas war

Monday, October 16: Conflict between Israel and Hamas shows no signs of a ceasefire, growing concern of more regional clashes in the Middle East, and war leads to rise in hate crimes against Muslims and Jewish people.
10/17/202322 minutes, 58 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel readies Gaza invasion

Friday, October 13: Israel’s 24-hour deadline for Gazans to evacuate passes, a family battles to survive after Hamas’ attack,  and Canadians remain stuck in the Palestinian territories.
10/14/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians evacuated from Israel

Thursday, October 12:  Canada airlifts nearly 300 Canadians from Israel, but Canadians stuck in Gaza feel left behind. Meanwhile, some Canadians remain missing after the Hamas attack.
10/13/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada to airlift people out of Israel

Wednesday, October 11: Casualties continue to grow as Israel his Gaza with airstrikes, a third Canadian is dead in Israel, and Canada prepares evacuation flights
10/12/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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CTV National News: Israel, Hamas exchange missiles in ongoing conflict

Tuesday, October 10: The death toll rises as the war between Israel and Hamas continues, man from B.C. among those killed during Hamas attack on an Israeli music festival, and ongoing violence sparks misinformation in Canada and the U.S.  
10/11/202323 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: New job numbers in Canada

Friday, October 6: New job numbers are released, this year’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate is name, and the suspect in a 1983 cold case pleads guilty to two murders.
10/7/202326 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Relief at grocery stores coming soon, minister says

Thursday, October 4: Canada’s industry minister says stabilized food prices will be coming soon, Russian missiles leave more than 50 dead in Ukrainian village, and Putin condemns standing ovations for Nazi veteran.
10/6/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: NDP’s Wab Kinew to be Manitoba’s next premier

Thursday, October 3: MPs select Greg Fergus as Speaker of the House of Commons, a CN outage causes chaos for Toronto commuters, and Manitoba voters make history.
10/4/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians giving up on health care

Wednesday, October 4: Canadians increasingly leaving hospitals without receiving care due to long wait times, the road ahead for Manitoba’s premier-designate, and graves of veterans vandalized.
10/4/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump speaks out during civil fraud trial

Monday, October 2: Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial is underway; meanwhile, two scientists behind the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine receive a Nobel Prize.
10/3/202323 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Feds to cut $1B from defence

Friday, September 29: The feds look to find savings in defence spending, Las Vegas police have a suspect in the death of Tupac Shakur, and flooding wreaks havoc in New York City.
9/30/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Sask. premier vows to push through pronoun policy

Thursday, September 28: Saskatchewan premier says he’s pushing through with his school pronoun policy, a B.C. Sikh leader says his life in in danger, and the Yaroslav Hunka fallout continues.
9/29/202323 minutes, 43 seconds
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CTV National News: PM apologizes over Nazi invite

September 27, 2023: Prime Minster Justin Trudeau apologizes over Parliament’s recognition of a Nazi, the latest on Calgary’s E. coli outbreak and Quebec may get its own EV battery plant.
9/28/202323 minutes, 43 seconds
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CTV National News: Rota steps down as Speaker

September 26, 2023: House Speaker Anthony Rota resigns, Poland wants Canada to extradite Hunka and a doctor is suing an Ontario hospital over a secret murder investigation.
9/27/202323 minutes, 4 seconds
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CTV National News: Rota faces calls to resign

Monday, September 25: House Speaker Anthony Rota is facing calls to resign, Hollywood studios reach a deal with striking writers, and a new report highlights the dangers of spinal surgery delays.
9/25/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: 1 RCMP officer killed in B.C.

Friday, September 22: One RCMP officer is dead in B.C., Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speaks to Parliament, and Canada’s standoff with India continues.
9/23/202323 minutes
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CTV National News: Ford backtracks on the Greenbelt

Thursday, September 21: Ont. Premier Doug Ford reverses his decision to allow development on the Greenbelt, India suspends visa services in Canada, and Rupert Murdoch steps down from Fox and News Corp.
9/22/202320 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: India issues travel advisory for Canada

September 20, 2023: India warns its nationals to be cautious in Canada, anti-LGBTQ2S+ protests and counter-protests across Canada and Zelenskyy calls on the UN to strip Russia of certain powers.
9/21/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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CTV National News: India denies allegations

September 19, 2023: India denies Canada's allegations it was involved in the murder of a B.C. Sikh leader, B.C.'s Sikh community reacts and inflation rises in Canada.
9/20/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada expels Indian diplomat

September 18, 2023: Canada has expelled a 'key' Indian diplomat after Trudeau accused the country of playing a role in the death of a B.C. Sikh leader, Parliament returns and Iran swaps prisoners with the U.S.
9/19/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Lee causes blackouts across the Maritimes

Saturday, September 16: Many Maritimes residents are without power due to fallen tree and downed power lines, meanwhile; Libya investigates dam collapse.
9/17/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Bracing for Hurricane Lee

Friday, September 15: The Maritimes prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Lee, the Nathaniel Veltman trial continues, and auto workers in the U.S. walk off the job.
9/16/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Liberals announce housing measures

Thursday, September 14: The Liberals announce a plan to boost rental construction, the death toll in Libya exceeds 11,000, and NASA commits to finding answers on UFOs.
9/15/202323 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: U.S. fugitive arrested by police

Wednesday, September 13: The federal government announces a housing deal in London, Ont., the search continues for survivors of catastrophic flooding in Libya, and a U.S. fugitive has been captured.
9/14/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Thousands dead or missing after flooding in Libya

Tuesday, Sept. 12: Catastrophic flooding in Libya; a patient accused of a stabbing; and investigating a major E. coli outbreak.
9/13/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Death toll in Morocco rises

Monday, September 11: The death toll in Morocco exceeds 2,800 after the earthquake, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is stuck in India, and the trial for the man charged in the killing of the London, Ont. Muslim family begins.
9/12/202323 minutes, 43 seconds
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CTV National News: Fatal earthquake hits Morocco

Saturday, September 9: The death toll of a powerful earthquake exceeds 2,000 in Morocco; meanwhile, G20 summit kicks off in New Delhi.
9/10/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Poilievre delivers rallying speech

Friday, September 8: Pierre Poilievre gives his speech to Conservative delegates, a lawsuit is launched after E. Coli spreads at a daycare, and Canada’s latest job numbers are in.
9/9/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Private care in Quebec

Thursday, September 7: More Quebecers are turning to private health care, the feds pick a judge to lead the foreign interference inquiry, and the Conservative convention begins.
9/8/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Charred wasteland in B.C.’s wildfire-ravaged Shuswap region

September 6, 2023: Full scope of devastation in B.C.’s Shuswap region revealed, BoC holds key interest rate, and residents return to Yellowknife.   
9/7/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Rural ERs more likely to close

September 5, 2023: Emergency rooms in rural areas far more likely to be shut down, ‘Freedom Convoy’ trial kicks off, and alleged London family attacker pleads not guilty. 
9/6/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada’s dire emergency room crisis

September 4, 2023: Video shows Ont. hospital turn bathroom into patient room; Steve Clark resigns after damning Ont. Greenbelt report; and, an Ontario couple share love and kidneys after organ transplant. 
9/5/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Relief for Yellowknife

September 2, 2023: Yellowknife residents can soon return home, officials say; Weather expected to worsen still raging B.C. wildfires; Why is Wealth One Bank of Canada under federal scrutiny?; and, ‘Margaritaville’ singer, songwriter Jimmy Buffett dead at 76.
9/3/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada’s GDP slows down

Friday, September 1: The Canadian economy slows down, the CRA fires 120 employees over CERB benefits, and the Labour Day travel weekend begins.
9/2/202323 minutes, 58 seconds
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CTV National News: Ont. minister broke rules, watchdog says

Thursday, August 31: The Ontario housing minister is under fire after a report from the integrity commissioner, B.C.’s premier asks the Bank of Canada to stop hiking rates, and MP Michael Chong is set to testify for the U.S. Congress.
9/1/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News : Hurricane Idalia hits Florida

August 30, 2023: Hurricane Idalia pummels Florida, ripping off roofs and shattering windows; N.W.T. extends state of emergency, angering evacuees.
8/31/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Suspect now tied to more than 100 deaths

August 29, 2023: More charges laid against a man accused of selling a lethal drug to people at risk of self-harm, Florida braces for Hurricane Idalia and Yellowknife could soon reopen after wildfires ravaged the area.
8/30/202323 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Gas prices rising

Monday, August 28: Gas prices across the country are on the rise, wildfire evacuees remain unable to return home, and intelligence officials warn of cybersecurity threats to infrastructure.
8/29/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. fires take 168 structures

Friday, August 25: Wildfires in B.C. destroy or damage 168 structures, U.K. police say an Ontario man’s lethal substances led to 88 deaths, and the Trump campaign cashes in on mugshot merch.
8/26/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump booked, gets mugshot

Thursday, August 24: Donald Trump gets his mugshot taken after being booked, B.C. homeowners have a tense standoff with the RCMP, and new U.S. intel on the presumed death of the Wagner chief.
8/25/202323 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News: Mercenary chief dies in crash

August 23, 2023: A mercenary chief who led a failed mutiny against Putin dies, B.C. residents deal with uncertainty amid wildfires and are the Liberals losing young voters?
8/24/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. residents defy evacuation orders

August 22, 2023: Some B.C. residents remain despite evacuation orders, what we know about the shooting at the West Edmonton Mall and children rescued from a broken cable car in Pakistan.
8/23/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News : Fires forces mass evacuations in B.C.

Monday, Aug. 21: More than 27,000 people are under evacuation order in B.C., with 35,000 standing by; California deals with flooding aftermath.
8/22/202323 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. experiences worst wildfire season in decades

Thousands have been evacuated from across B.C. as the province is experiencing its worst wildfire season in 20 years. 
8/20/202323 minutes, 58 seconds
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CTV National News: Kelowna evacuating due to wildfires

August 18, 2023: Officials declare a state of emergency in Kelowna, Yellowknife continues to evacuate due to wildfires and evacuees across Canada await help from the federal government.
8/19/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News: Yellowknife residents evacuate

August 17, 2023: Yellowknife residents flee wildfires, the fallout of wildfires in Lahaina, Hawaii and Ford is building an EV battery plant in Canada.
8/18/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Yellowknife ordered to evacuate

Wednesday, August 16: N.W.T. officials have ordered Yellowknife to evacuate, a new video offers clues as to what sparked the Hawaii wildfires, and China leaves Canada off a list of approved tourism destinations.
8/17/202323 minutes, 49 seconds
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CTV National News: State of emergency in N.W.T.

Tuesday, August 15: Northwest Territories declare a state of emergency amid wildfires, more than 100 from the blazes dead in Hawaii, and why another interest rate hike could be on the way.
8/16/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfires from N.W.T. to Hawaii

Monday, August 14: Wildfires spread in the Northwest Territories, survivors of the Hawaii wildfires pick up the pieces, and CTV News speaks with Alberta Premier Danielle Smith.
8/15/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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CTV National News: Maui wildfire deaths exceed 80

Saturday, August 12: As residents return to their charred communities, over 80 are dead after the Maui wildfires. Adrian Ghobrial has more; Timm Bruch reports on a man from Calgary who is returning home to help wildfire recovery efforts in Lahaina, Hawaii; and, Tahmina Aziz reports on the seniors proving that age is just a number in a B.C. track and field championship.
8/13/202323 minutes, 7 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfire deaths rise in Hawaii

Friday, August 11: The death toll has risen in Hawaii as wildfires rage, officials say Canada’s worst wildfire season isn’t over yet, and rental prices reach an all-time high.
8/12/202323 minutes, 2 seconds
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CTV National News: Deadly wildfire in Hawaii

Thursday, August 10: Wildfires in Hawaii kill dozens and force thousands to evacuate, heavy flooding wreaks havoc in Ottawa, and Canada wants to clean up the power grid.
8/11/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Remembering Robbie Robertson

August 9, 2023: Canadian legend Robbie Robertson has died, wildfires tear through Hawaii and a B.C. firefighter gets a hero's sendoff.
8/10/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Banff gondola power outage

August, 8, 2023: Hundreds were stranded after a power outage shut down a gondola in Banff, dozens of new wildfires rage in B.C. and calls to investigate Meta amid news-blocking.
8/9/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadian Scouts evacuated as typhoon approaches

August 7, 2023: Canadian Scouts evacuated as typhoon approaches South Korea; B.C. wildfires force evacuation of music festival; Sentencing hearing for Canadian rapper to continue Tuesday; Niger shuts down airspace, citing fears of foreign attack; Part of Ottawa LRT to re-open after three-week closure; Alberta tourism returning to pre-pandemic levels; B.C. musician writes encourages others with notes of hope.
8/8/202323 minutes, 34 seconds
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CTV National News: Critical deadline for Niger military coup expires

August, 6, 2023: Coup ultimatum to reinstate ousted Niger president expires; Toronto revokes permits for Eritrean festival after violence; Canadians stay at scout jamboree despite heat in South Korea; Canadians opposed to timing of carbon tax increase: survey; Why are many Canadians being forced to live on the streets?; Farms across Quebec suffering over summer weather; A story of love: B.C. couple from Nicaragua separated by war.
8/7/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Violence erupts at Eritrean festival in Toronto

August, 5, 2023: Toronto Eritrean festival turns violent, one person stabbed; Russia promises retaliation after Ukraine drone strikes; Pakistani ex-PM Imran Khan sentenced to prison; Larouche named Montreal Alliances first female president.
8/6/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada sheds jobs in July

Friday, August 4: Canada’s unemployment rate rises slightly, Telus cuts 6,000 jobs, and a Toronto pet owner is facing criminal charges after a dog attack.
8/5/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump’s third arraignment

August 3, 2023: Donald Trump is arraigned a third time, the opioid crisis hits Nawash First Nation and calls to release Niger’s leader.
8/4/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Trudeau and his wife separate

August, 2, 2023: The Trudeaus separate after 18 years of marriage, Donald Trump will be in court facing charges related to trying to overturn an election and the last missing flood victim in Nova Scotia was found.
8/3/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: A.I. used in new phone scam

Tuesday, Aug. 1: Phone scammers use A.I. to trick grandparents; Meta will start blocking news for all Canadians; and the story of a Quebec man whose skills with a soccer ball have earned him six Guinness world records.
8/2/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: World Cup heartbreak for Canada

Canada exits the Women’s World Cup with a 4-0 loss to Australia, wildfire conditions improve for Osoyoos, B.C. residents, and Montreal’s new transit line hits a snag.
8/1/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Hot weather continues

Friday, July 28: The Canadian economy grew in May, the search for a Nova Scotia teen continues amid flooding, and sweltering conditions continue across Canada.
7/29/202323 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: The hottest July ever?

Thursday, July 27: Climate experts sound the alarm after a scorching July, three victims of the Nova Scotia floods are identified, and Niger plunges into turmoil after a coup.
7/28/202323 minutes, 45 seconds
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CTV National News: Major cabinet shuffle

July 26, 2023: A major federal cabinet shuffle, Manitoba disbands its vulnerable persons office and the Calgary Stampede admits liability in a sexual assault case.
7/27/202323 minutes, 51 seconds
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CTV National News: Extensive cabinet shuffle expected

Tuesday, July 25: A pending cabinet shuffle; a look at the housing crisis; and an update on the flooding in Nova Scotia.   
7/26/202323 minutes, 2 seconds
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CTV National News: Crews recover body, remains in N.S.

7/25/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Ex-Mountie charged with foreign interference

Friday, July 21: A retired RCMP officered has been charged with foreign interference, Tony Bennett has died at 96, and a tentative deal has been reached in the B.C. port strike
7/22/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Bernardo transfer was ‘sound’: review

Thursday, July 20: Paul Bernardo will stay in a medium-security prison after a review, a helicopter pilot dies amid the wildfires in B.C., and the Women’s World Cup kicks off.
7/21/202323 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. port situation remains uncertain

July 19, 2023: B.C.'s port strike situation remains unclear, the families of CAF members who were killed in a 2020 helicopter crash are suing the manufacturer and why a U.S. soldier may have fled to North Korea.
7/20/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C. port strike to resume

July 18, 2023: Strike action is set to resume at B.C.'s ports, two Indigenous men were acquitted of a 1973 murder and the feds dedicated $97 million to Toronto's asylum seekers.
7/19/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Tragedy in Mont-Tremblant

Monday, July 17: Quebec police continue to investigate how a gondola ride in Mont-Tremblant turned deadly, more firefighters head to B.C. amid raging wildfires, and Russia pulls out of its grain deal with Ukraine.
7/18/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: 19-year-old B.C. firefighter dies on front lines

July 14, 2023: A 19-year-old woman died fighting wildfires in B.C., widespread power outages in Quebec and Ontario and an injunction to end Winnipeg's landfill blockade.
7/15/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Tornadoes hit Ottawa, Quebec

July 13, 2023: Tornadoes touched down in Ottawa and near Montreal, drought is hitting farmers in Alberta hard and a deal was struck to end the port strike in B.C.
7/14/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: A 10th interest rate hike

July 12, 2023: The Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate a 10th time, a growing number of 'food rescuers' and a possible end to the B.C. port strike.
7/13/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: Flooding in Quebec and U.S.

July 11: Floods put people at risk in Quebec and the U.S., no timeline yet for Ukraine to join NATO and Nike Canada and Dynasty Gold are being investigated for possible forced labour by China's Uyghur minority in their supply chains.
7/12/202323 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada to double troop commitment in Latvia

Monday, July 10: Canada is pledging to increase its NATO deployment in Latvia, a shooting in Toronto leaves two injured, and high interest rates are stretching Canadians thin.
7/11/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: U.S. to send controversial cluster munitions

Friday, July 7: The U.S. says it will send Ukraine cluster munitions, Canada’s unemployment rate increases, and heat warnings continue across the country.
7/8/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: How much did the Titan search cost?

Thursday, July 6: The multimillion-dollar price tag associated with the Titan submersible search, a new $15 billion deal for Stellantis, and heat warnings across Canada.
7/7/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Grocery rebates sent out

July 5, 2023: 11 million Canadians get a grocery rebate, Stellantis will remain in Canada and Ottawa is pulling its ads from Facebook.
7/6/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: Multiple heat warnings in Ontario, Quebec

July 4, 2023: Gruelling heat in Ontario and Quebec, day four of the B.C. port workers strike and new details about Bernardo's prison transfer.
7/5/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Israeli forces enter West Bank, kill 8 Palestinians

Monday, July 3: Violent fallout as Israeli forces enter the occupied West Bank, killing eight Palestinians; neighbours help each other after Alta. tornado.
7/4/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Heavy haze of wildfire smoke

Friday, June 30: Millions of people across Canada and the U.S. are under air quality alerts this Canada Day weekend.
7/1/202323 minutes, 1 second
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CTV National News: Stabbing at a gender studies class

Thursday, June 29: Police say a triple stabbing during a university gender studies class was hate-motivated, the suspect in a Manitoba drunk driving case was acquitted, and the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action.
6/30/202323 minutes, 5 seconds
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CT National News: Air quality tanks in Ontario and Quebec

Wednesday, June 28: Air quality take a toll in Toronto and Montreal due to wildfire smoke, crews recover debris from the Titan submersible and three are taken to hospital after a stabbing at a university gender issues class.
6/29/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Inflation at 2-year low

June 27, 2023: How a lower inflation rate is affecting Canadians, NATO watches closely as Russian mercenaries arrive in Belarus and a new federal climate strategy.
6/28/202323 minutes, 4 seconds
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CTV National News: Trudeau on attempted coup in Russia

June 26, 2023: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warns against trusting Putin after an attempted coup in Russia, rain could give Ontario and Quebec relief from wildfire smoke and a cancer patient was forced to transfer from a Catholic-affiliated hospital for MAID.
6/27/202323 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada begins Titan sub investigation

Friday, June 23: Canadian officials begin an investigation what went wrong on the Titan sub, Meta announces plans to block news in Canada, and a Syrian human rights activist is being called a security threat by Canada.
6/24/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: 5 killed in sub implosion

June 21, 2023: The five passengers aboard the missing Titanic sub were killed in an implosion, a memorial was held for 16 Manitobans who died in a bus crash and Meta is effectively ending news availability on Facebook and Instagram for users in Canada.
6/23/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: Time nearly out to find missing sub

June 21, 2023: It’s unclear what noises heard during the search for the missing Titanic sub are, two RCAF members died in Tuesday’s helicopter crash and a tanker truck exploded on an Ontario highway.
6/22/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: RCAF helicopter crash

June 20, 2023: Two RCAF members are missing after a helicopter crash, the search continues for the Titanic sub and flooding in Alberta.
6/21/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Missing sub near Titanic

June 19, 2023: Searching for a submersible that went missing near the Titanic wreck, the latest on the Manitoba bus crash and health risks from wildfire smoke.
6/20/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Manitoba crash dashcam analyzed

June 16, 2023: Video analysis of Manitoba's deadly crash, a Texas tornado kills three and Canada will contribute $500 million to Ukraine.
6/17/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: 15 dead in Manitoba bus crash

Thursday, June 15: A bus crash in Manitoba kills over a dozen,  the political fallout continues after the transfer of Paul Bernardo, and a suburban Ontario city is at the center of alleged Chinese influence.
6/16/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Mendicino under scrutiny

Wednesday, June 14: Mendicino and Trudeau face scrutiny for when they knew of Paul Bernardo’s prison transfer, Bell Media announces massive layoffs, and international students caught in an admissions scam won’t be deported from Canada.
6/15/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump pleads not guilty

Tuesday, June 13: Donald Trump pleads not guilty to federal charges in a Miami courtroom, an Ont. man’s manslaughter conviction is overturned, and wildfires continue to rage in B.C. and Alberta.
6/14/202323 minutes, 30 seconds
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CTV National News: SCC Justice Brown resigns

Supreme Court Justice Brown resigns amid a misconduct investigation, Donald Trump is set to make his court appearance, and firefighting resources are being stretched thin amid the wildfires.
6/13/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: David Johnston resigns

June 9, 2023: David Johnston resigns as special rapporteur, Donald Trump’s indictment was unsealed and some residents of Western Canada evacuate as wildfires spread.
6/10/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Donald Trump gets indicted again

June 8, 2023: Donald Trump has been federally indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents, wildfires continue to impact air quality in Canada, and the decision to move Paul Bernardo has sparked outcry.
6/9/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Air quality concerns in parts of Canada

June 7, 2023: Wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality in parts of Canada, Quebec’s premier is calling for international help to fight the province’s fires, and the Bank of Canada raised its benchmark interest rate to 4.75 per cent.
6/8/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Johnston to hold hearings in July

June 6, 2023: Special Rapporteur David Johnston denies allegations of bias, wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality in parts of Canada and evacuees in the Maritimes return home.
6/7/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfires continue in Quebec

Monday, June 5: Several out-of-control wildfires continue to burn in Quebec, air quality takes a hit across Canada amid wildfire smoke, and the federal prison service is set to review the Paul Bernardo transfer decision.
6/6/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: More than 200 killed in India

Friday, June 2: More than 200 people were killed and 800 hurt after two trains derailed in India.
6/3/202323 minutes, 3 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfire fight continues in N.S.

Thursday, June 1: Firefighters from Canada and internationally are battling the blazes in Nova Scotia, Russia unleashes aerial attacks in Kyiv, and Pride Month kicks off.
6/2/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: 17 hospitalized in Manitoba

Wednesday, May 31: A structural collapse sent over a dozen students to hospital in Manitoba, thousands in Nova Scotia flee their homes amid wildfires, and calls grow for special rapporteur Johnston to step down.
6/1/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Homes destroyed by N.S. wildfire

May 30, 2023: Wildfires have destroyed more than 100 homes in Nova Scotia, Alberta elected another UCP government and Moscow was hit by a drone strike.
5/30/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Wildfires in Nova Scotia

May 29, 2023: Crews in Nova Scotia battle massive wildfires as thousands are evacuated, CSIS warned an NDP MP that she is being targeted by China, and Albertans head to the polls to vote in their provincial election.
5/29/202322 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Air passenger opens door mid-flight

May 26, 2023: An air passenger opened a door during a flight in South Korea, Celine Dion cancelled her world tour due to her illness and an Ontario man accused of selling a lethal substance online is set to appear in court.
5/27/202323 minutes, 25 seconds
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CTV National News: Transforming medicine with AI

May 25, 2023: Scientists at McMaster University used AI to discover an antibiotic that can fight challenging bacteria, three provinces joined Ottawa in investigating OpenAI, and a wildfire caused a state of emergency in Manitoba.
5/26/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Tina Turner dead at 83

Legendary singer and stage performer Tina Turner dies at 83, calls for a public inquiry continue after David Johnston’s report, and Ron DeSantis launches his U.S. presidential campaign.
5/25/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Johnston says no to inquiry

Tuesday, May 23: Special rapporteur David Johnston says no to a public inquiry on interference, Quebec police solve a cold case murder from 1975, and a teen is charged after crashing into the White House barricades.
5/24/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Smog blankets Alberta

Monday, May 22, 2023: Smog blankets Alberta and it’s having detrimental health effects; deciding on a Chinese election interference public inquiry; calls for a Quebec MP to resign for suggesting Indigenous women lied about sexual assault; and restaurant workers learn sign language for young deaf patron.
5/23/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: WestJet avoids strike but cancellations leave many stranded

May 19, 2023: WestJet avoids a pilot’s strike but several flight cancellations left many stranded, the leaders of G7 nations met in Japan, and Ontario is offering more money to keep an EV battery plant in the province.
5/20/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: WestJet cancels 111 flights ahead of possible strike

May 18, 2023: WestJet cancels more than 100 flights ahead of its pilots’ union’s strike deadline, the Bank of Canada is raising the alarm over growing household debt and wildfires continue to burn across Western Canada.
5/19/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Harry and Meghan flee paparazzi in NYC ‘car chase’

May 17, 2023: Prince Harry and Meghan made a getaway in a NYC taxi after being trailed by paparazzi, the killing of a woman in Montreal may be linked to organized crime and the latest on wildfires across the country.
5/18/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV national News: WestJet strike deadline looms

Tuesday, May 16: Travel plans are in jeopardy with a potential WestJet pilots strike, Alberta’s air quality tanks amid the wildfires, and Canada’s inflation rate rises to 4.4 per cent.
5/17/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News for May 15: Fears wildfire could intensify

Monday, May 15: Alberta officials fear the wildfire situation could get worse, Stellantis halts construction at an EV plant, and home prices jump in Canada.
5/16/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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Alberta wildfires rage on

Friday, May 12: The fight against Alberta’s wildfires continues, an Ontario community reels after the shooting of an OPP officer, and a study finds that a landfill search for two Indigenous women’s remains could cost $184 million.
5/13/202323 minutes, 49 seconds
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CTV National News: Ontario police officer killed in alleged ambush

May 11, 2023: An Ontario police officer was killed and two other officers were injured in an alleged ambush, dozens of RCMP officers in some parts of the country will be testing body-worn cameras, and thousands of Albertans return home as wildfires continue to ravage the province.
5/12/202323 minutes, 34 seconds
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CTV National News: Reaction to new passports

May 10, 2023: Reaction to the new look of Canada’s redesigned passports pours in, MPs voted to launch a study into allegations Michael Chong was targeted by an expelled Chinese diplomat, and U.S. Representative George Santos was charged with wire fraud, money laundering and theft of public funds.
5/11/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Fallout after Canada expels Chinese diplomat

May 9, 2023: Conservatives say PM Trudeau needs to do more to address foreign interference, a jury found Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing E. Jean Carroll, and Russia held a pared down WWII parade.
5/10/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Joly expels Chinese diplomat

A Chinese diplomat was expelled after allegedly targeting an MP, some Albertans return home after wildfire evacuations, and WestJet pilots picket ahead of a possible strike.
5/9/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Coronation set for Saturday

Friday, May 5: Wildfires in the Prairies force more than 13,000 to evacuate, the WHO says COVID-19 is no longer a global health emergency, and King Charles III is set to be coronated.
5/6/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada summons Chinese ambassador

May 4, 2023: China’s ambassador to Canada is under fire for allegedly targetting an MP, Indigenous leaders met with King Charles III ahead of his coronation, and wildfires are spreading across Alberta.
5/5/202323 minutes, 5 seconds
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CTV National News: Putin accuses Kyiv of assassination attempt

May 3, 2023: Russia accuses Ukraine of attempting to assassinate Vladimir Putin, Justin Trudeau’s brother testifies before a House committee about the Trudeau Foundation, and King Charles III held a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
5/4/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Flooding in Quebec

May 2, 2023: Residents in Quebec are reeling after floods cause widespread damage, the latest on the lead-up to the coronation of King Charles III, and tributes continue to pour in for the late Gordon Lightfoot.
5/3/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Remembering Gordon Lightfoot

Monday May 1: Canadian legend Gordon Lightfoot dies at age 84, Quebec declares a state of emergency after massive flooding, CRA workers remain on strike after the feds reach a deal with PSAC.
5/2/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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Canadian rescue flights in Sudan continue

Friday, April 28: Conflict in Sudan persists while Canadian relief efforts continue, 25 Ukrainians are dead after Russian air raids, and the federal governments table a counter-offer to PSAC.
4/29/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: RCMP release timeline of Sask. Stabbings

April 27, 2023: RCMP reveal a timeline of the horrific stabbings on James Smith Cree Nation, a Canadian is being accused of selling a lethal chemical to suicidal people, and the latest on the situation in Sudan.
4/28/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Toronto police recover 500 stolen vehicles

April 26, 2023: Toronto police recovered 500 stolen vehicles from thieves, calls are growing for PM Justin Trudeau to intervene in the PSAC strike, and a Canadian family in Sudan is faced with the tough choice of leaving their grandmother behind.
4/27/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Actor and activist remembered

Tuesday, April 25: A prolific actor dies at 96; Joe Biden pledges to finish the job; and Canadians in Sudan share their stories.
4/26/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians escaping Sudan

Monday, April 24: A German airlift for dozens of Canadians; Ottawa's new plan for passenger complaints; and an underdog story.
4/25/202323 minutes, 36 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadian sentenced in France

Friday, April 21: An extradition request for a Canadian man; an airport heist under investigation; and an update on the PSAC strike.
4/22/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV News: $20M in gold stolen at Toronto airport

April 20, 2023: $20 million in gold was stolen after being offloaded from an aircraft at Toronto Pearson Airport, prosecutors dropped charges against Alec Baldwin after an accidental shooting and a SpaceX rocket exploded just after it launched.
4/21/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV News: PSAC workers first day of strike action

April 19, 2023: The biggest sticking points for federal workers on strike, Justin Trudeau privately told NATO Canada can’t meet defence spending target, and young U.S. woman was shot for making a wrong turn.
4/20/202323 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News: Massive strike looms

Monday, April 17: A Black teen was shot after going to the wrong house; 150,000 workers prepare to strike; and Twitter takes on the CBC.
4/18/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: PM's chief of staff testifies

Friday, April 14: Katie Telford testifies; a young U.S. man is charged over leaked documents; and are we in for a real estate rebound?
4/15/202323 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National News: Alleged Pentagon leaker arrested

April 13, 2023: The FBI arrested a suspect who allegedly leaked confidential U.S. military documents, a report is decrying Kyiv’s army for using outdated Soviet tactics, and a Canadian entrepreneur is suing the Ontario Securities Commission for helping Chinese police in fraud investigation.
4/14/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: Fire in Vaughan destroys several homes

April 12, 2023: A massive fire destroyed several homes that were under construction in Vaughan, a large industrial fire in Indiana spewed toxic smoke into the air and 120,000 federal public sector workers could go on strike.
4/13/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada pledges more military aid to Ukraine

April 11, 2023: Canada pledges more military aid to Ukraine, mass resignations at the Trudeau Foundation after a controversial donation from 2016 and two Canadian women were arrested after being repatriated from Syria.
4/12/202323 minutes, 26 seconds
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CTV National News: Dalai Lama’s apology

Monday, April 10: Allegations against a suspected serial rapist; another U.S. mass shooting; and the Dalai Lama apologizes.
4/11/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: CRA union votes to strike

Friday, April 7: The union representing 35,000 CRA workers has voted to strike, ice storm cleanup continues in Quebec, and violence in Israel and the West Bank continue to worsen
4/8/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Repatriated women from Syria arrested

Thursday, April 6: Two women repatriated from a Syrian camp were detained upon their arrival in Canada, ice storm cleanup continues in Ontario and Quebec, and a White House report assesses the 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan.
4/7/202323 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News: Freezing rain covers Ottawa, causes havoc on roads

April 5, 2023: Freezing rain shut down much of Ottawa, police clear an infamous Vancouver encampment with a vulnerable unhoused population, and outrage after Loblaw CEO Galen Weston received a 55 per cent raise.
4/6/202323 minutes, 3 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump pleads not guilty to 34 felony charges

April 4, 2023: Former U.S. president Donald Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 felony charges, the body of a 33-year-old Indigenous woman was recovered from a Winnipeg landfill, and Finland officially joins NATO.
4/5/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Astronauts going to the moon

Monday, April 3: The next astronauts headed to the moon are revealed; what's next for Donald Trump; and a B.C. man is charged with terrorism.
4/4/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: 8 migrants dead in St. Lawrence River

March 31, 2023: Eight migrants crossing the border were found dead in the St. Lawrence River, Donald Trump is set to face charges in court, and feds approve the Rogers-Show merger.
4/1/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: Donald Trump indicted by Manhattan grand jury

March 30, 2023: Former U.S. President Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, the final report into a 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia has been released, and the Vatican repudiated the “Doctrine of Discovery.”
3/31/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Alberta Premier heard on call with controversial pastor

March 29, 2023: Video suggests Alberta Premier Danielle Smith spoke to prosecutors about dropping charges for a controversial pastor, Budget 2023 includes nearly $70 billion in new spending, and sources say RCMP officers are in Syria interviewing Canadian detainees.
3/30/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: 2023 federal budget revealed

March 28, 2023: The 2023 federal budget has been released outlining $70 billion in new spending, Canada announced a new tax credit to mine critical minerals, and a veteran Quebec police officer was killed during an arrest.
3/29/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: U.S. school shooting in Nashville

Monday, March 27: A deadly school shooting in Nashville; a preview of the incoming budget; and what's known about a Calgary house explosion.
3/28/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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Biden’s visit to Canada

Friday March 24: U.S. President Joe Biden addresses Canada’s Parliament, the new Safe Third Country Agreement closes Roxham Road, and an MP resigns from the Liberal caucus amid interference allegations.
3/25/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Joe Biden lands in Ottawa

March 23, 2023: U.S. President Joe Biden has arrived in Ottawa for a 27-hour visit, opposition MPs voted to affirm calls for a public inquiry into alleged election interference, and the harrowing stories of asylum seekers who made the trip from the U.S. to Cornwall, Ont.
3/24/202323 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Biden to visit Canada this week

March 22, 2023: Joe Biden is visiting Canada for the first time as U.S. president this week, Roxham Road and the surge of irregular crossings there, and how cities struggle with affordable housing for immigrants.
3/23/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Trudeau’s top aide to testify on foreign interference

March 21, 2023: Trudeau’s top aide will testify on foreign interference, a teen has been charged in the Nova Scotia school stabbings, and systemic issues plague the U.K. police.
3/22/202323 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: UN delivers climate warning

March 20, 2023: The UN delivers a grim climate warning, China’s president lands in Russia, and stabbings at a school in Nova Scotia.
3/21/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Trump says arrest is imminent, calls for protests

Saturday, March 18: Donald Trump calls for protests ahead of his possible indictment, Vladimir Putin visits Crimea to mark the ninth anniversary of annexation, and at least seven people are missing after a blaze in Old Montreal.
3/19/202323 minutes, 51 seconds
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CTV National News: Arrest warrant issued for Putin over war crimes

Friday, March 17: The ICC issues an arrest warrant for Putin over alleged war crimes, police release new details on the Edmonton shooting that killed two officers, and three are dead in Montreal after a stabbing.
3/18/202323 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Two Edmonton cops killed in the line of duty

March 16, 2023: Two Edmonton cops killed in the line of duty, video shows a Russian jet dumping fuel on an American drone, and a Montreal woman celebrates her 111th birthday.
3/17/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: A senior military officer names the prime minister in a lawsuit

March 15, 2023: Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin names Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a lawsuit, ballooning bank fears drag down global stock prices, and vinyl records mark a big comeback.
3/16/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: The investigation into the pickup driver who hit pedestrians

March 14, 2023: The investigation into the pickup truck driver who hit pedestrians, a Russian fighter jet is blamed for downing an American drone, and a growing dilemma for funeral homes around biometrics.
3/15/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: A deal with Volkswagen to build a battery plant in Canada

March 13, 2023: A deal with Volkswagen to build batteries in Canada, assurances and anxiety as American banks collapse, and a Quebec camera man’s brave rescue.
3/14/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Supreme Court Justice Russell Brown speaks out

Friday, March-10: Supreme Court Justice Russell Brown is accused of getting into an altercation in Arizona, a gunman kills six in Germany, and a massive storm approaches California.
3/11/202323 minutes, 7 seconds
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CTV National News: Inside Afghanistan as the world marks International Women’s Day

March 8, 2023: Inside Afghanistan as the world marks International Women’s Day, Canada’s big grocery bosses appear before a parliamentary committee, and a cruise ship that caters to remote workers.
3/9/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: PM's plan mocked

Tuesday, March 6: The prime minister's foreign interference plan is publicly mocked; a Canadian judge is under investigation. 
3/8/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: PM on alleged interference

Monday, March 6: Trudeau announces a suite of interference-related actions; bird strike forces an emergency landing; blizzard in Calif.
3/7/202322 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Winter storms strike

Friday, March 3: Parts of Canada dug out as others braced for snow; dozens of migrant workers are rescued; and art fraud leads to arrests.
3/4/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Alex Murdaugh found guilty of murdering his wife and son

March 2, 2023: Disgraced lawyer Alex Murdaugh has been found guilty of murdering his wife and son, Nordstrom is shutting down all Canadian stores and slashing 2,500 jobs, and the incredible results of a rare nerve transfer operation in Quebec. 
3/3/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Greece’s deadliest rail disaster

March 1, 2023: Greece’s deadliest train disaster, a patient in Winnipeg dies waiting for emergency care, and added brilliance to the Northern Lights
3/2/202323 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: Illegal border crossings up

Tuesday, Feb. 28: A sharp spike in illegal border crossings; botched ties to sway an election; and the fallout over a federal TikTok ban.
3/1/202323 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News: Ottawa bans TikTok from government devices

February 27, 2023: Ottawa prohibits TikTok on government devices, private health care clinics are popping up across Canada, and a monumental sweep at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
2/28/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Ukraine marks anniversary

Friday, Feb. 24: Ukraine marks a solemn anniversary; Pierre Poilievre denounces three of his MPs; and Alex Murdaugh takes the stand.
2/25/202323 minutes, 38 seconds
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CTV National News: Progress made on confronting Canada’s health-care crisis

February 23, 2023: The federal government reaches health-care agreements with five provinces, a series of punishing winter storms hits Canada, and recruiting the young to ring in a royal milestone.
2/24/202323 minutes, 43 seconds
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CTV National News: Secret video of alleged animal abuse at B.C. meat plant

February 22, 2023: Secret video captures alleged animal abuse at a B.C. slaughterhouse, the widening political rift over Roxham Road, and fighting against the rising cost of food.
2/23/202323 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Duelling presidential speeches over Russia’s war in Ukraine

February 21, 2023: Duelling presidential speeches over Russia’s war in Ukraine, the frigid forecast across Canada, and the push for a four-day work week.
2/22/202323 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National News: Joe Biden makes a surprise visit to Ukraine

February 20, 2023:  Joe Biden’s surprise visit to Ukraine, Quebec pleads for help to deal with migrants, and a family’s extraordinary quest and race against time. 
2/21/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Emergencies Act report released

Friday, Feb. 17: The Emergencies Act inquiry finds Trudeau met the threshold, the cops involved in Trye Nichols’ death plead not guilty, and John Tory officially resigns as Toronto mayor.
2/18/202323 minutes, 28 seconds
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CTV National News: Bruce Willis diagnosed with dementia

February 16, 2023: Bruce Willis is diagnosed with dementia, burning questions after a toxic train derailment in Ohio, and a rare Wayne Gretzky card robbery.
2/17/202323 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada’s top cop resigns

February 15, 2023: Embattled RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki resigns, a racist mass shooter is sentenced in the U.S., and navigating Canada’s northern ice roads.
2/16/202323 minutes, 29 seconds
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CTV National News: 2 men learn they were switched at birth

February 14, 2023: 2 men learn they were switched at birth 67 years ago, dramatic new audio of U.S. pilots targeting an unknown object over Lake Huron, and humans vs. robots on Valentine’s Day.
2/15/202323 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News: The search for mystery objects shot down from the sky

February 13, 2023: The search is on for debris from flying objects shot out of the sky, the country’s premiers accept Ottawa’s health-care funding offer, and the Super Bowl’s sign-language standout.
2/14/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Toronto mayor steps down

Friday, Feb. 10: Toronto's mayor resigns; a baby is saved from the ruins of an earthquake; and Canada's women's soccer team goes on strike.
2/11/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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CTV National News: Laval, Que. reeling from children’s deaths at daycare

Thursday, Feb. 9: Laval, Que., is reeling after two children were killed when a bus drove into a daycare; search for survivors from earthquake winds down.
2/10/202323 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Quebec bus crashes into a daycare, killing 2

February 8, 2023: A man is charged with murder after a bus crashes into a Que. daycare, more incredible rescues after the earthquake in Turkiye and Syria, and Netflix starts cracking down on password sharing.
2/9/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Race to rescue earthquake survivors in Turkiye and Syria

February 7, 2023: The race to rescue earthquake survivors in Turkiye and Syria, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s health pitch to premiers, and the artificial intelligence making movie magic.
2/8/202323 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: A catastrophic earthquake strikes Turkiye and Syria

February 6, 2023: The race to rescue survivors of the earthquake that hit Turkiye and Syria, New York City is apparently sending migrants to Canada, and breaking barriers in opera.
2/7/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Suspected spy balloon monitored

Friday, Feb. 3: What's known so far about a suspected spy balloon;  and the Liberals withdraw an amendment to their gun bill.
2/4/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Suspected Chinese spy balloon spotted over Canadian and U.S. airspace

February 2, 2023: A suspected Chinese spy balloon is spotted over Canadian and U.S. airspace, magic mushroom stores are popping up across Canada, and fundraising for a historic hockey rink in Saskatchewan.
2/3/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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CTV National News: Concerns raised about the cost of quarantine hotels

January 31, 2023: Questions about the cost of quarantine hotels, an alarming 911 outage in Atlantic Canada, and the latest on phasing out single-use plastics.
2/2/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Brazen smash and grab at Toronto mall

February 1, 2023: Wild smash and grab at a Toronto mall, a new court fight to allow gay and bisexual men to donate to sperm banks, and Canada Post honours Chloe Cooley.
2/2/202323 minutes, 31 seconds
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CTV National News: B.C.’s plan to confront the overdose crisis

January 30, 2023: B.C.’s new legal experiment with small amounts of drugs, a suicide bomber strikes during prayers in Pakistan, and remembering hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hull.
1/31/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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Tyre Nichols arrest video released

Friday, January 27: Memphis officials release footage of the violent arrest of Tyre Nichols, body-camera footage of Paul Pelosi's attack is released, and, Canada marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. 
1/28/202321 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadians in Ukraine speak out

Thursday, January 26: Canadians fighting in Ukraine share their experiences, Canada announces tank deliveries to Ukraine, and, Toronto ramps up policing on transit.
1/27/202323 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News: BoC hikes interest rates

Wednesday, January 25: The Bank of Canada raises interests rates for possibly the last time, German tanks head to Ukraine, and, more potential burial sites are found at a former B.C. residential school.
1/26/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Another swarming attack in Toronto

January 23, 2023: Toronto teens face charges after a swarming attack, a report says there’s ‘evidence of genocide’ at a residential school, and, California reels from another mass shooting. 
1/25/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Man helped stop Calif. shooter

Jan. 19, 2023: A young man thwarted the alleged Monterey Bay shooter from inflicting more damage, a ‘spiritual leader’ in Alberta is facing sex assault charges and there are concerns over Canadians still stuck in Syria. 
1/24/202323 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News : Order to repatriate Canadians

Jan. 20, 2023: A federal court judge has ordered the government to repatriate four Canadian men who have been detained in Syria. Judy Trinh reports.
1/21/202323 minutes, 46 seconds
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CTV National News: Alec Baldwin charged

Jan. 19, 2023: Actor Alec Baldwin faces involuntary manslaughter charges after deadly shooting, the feds are allowing the return of 19 Canadian women and children from Syria and a First World War soldier has finally been identified. 
1/20/202323 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Helicopter crashes near Ukraine kindergarten

January 18, 2022: A helicopter in Ukraine crashes near a kindergarten, A Canadian man is found dead in a Mexican hotel lobby, and the escalating turf war over Ontario’s Greenbelt.
1/19/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: New drinking guidelines

Jan. 17, 2023: Canada is recommending no more than two alcoholic drinks per week, grocery prices remain high despite slowing inflation and Russia’s latest missile attack kills at least 19. 
1/18/202323 minutes, 23 seconds
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CTV National News: Debate over private clinics in health care

Jan. 16, 2023: There’s continued disagreement over the use of private clinics in Canada’s health-care system, a Canadian aid worker shares what he saw in Ukraine and how a mafia boss was caught in Italy after decades on the run. 
1/17/202323 minutes, 42 seconds
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CTV National News: Home prices in Canada fall

Friday, January 13: Q4 home prices fell for the first time since 2008, rescue crews search for tornado survivors in the U.S., and, three workers are still missing after an explosion in Quebec.
1/14/202323 minutes, 14 seconds
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CTV National News: Airline execs face questions from MPs

Airline executives and transport officials face questioning from MPs, a Sask. First Nation finds 2,000 anomalies at a former residential school site, and, what we know about the explosion at Que. propane company.
1/13/202323 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada aviation hit with outage

Wednesday, January 11: A computer glitch grounds flights across the U.S., the man who brought the Confederate flag to the ‘Freedom Convoy’ protest speaks out, and, the aftermath of the ‘Three Amigos’ summit.
1/12/202323 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: Storms in California rage on

Tuesday January 10: California in chaos after widespread flooding, a deadly avalanche in B.C., and, the outcomes of the ‘Three Amigos’ summit.
1/11/202323 minutes, 32 seconds
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CTV National News: Mother dies waiting for care

Jan. 10, 2023: A N.S. mother of three died waiting in a hospital, Ottawa will be buying a new fleet of fighter jets and details emerge on what led supports of Brazil’s ex-president to storm the nation’s capital. 
1/10/202323 minutes, 19 seconds
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CTV National News: Bills safety Damar Hamlin awake and moving

January 5, 2022: Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s recovery takes a positive turn, backlash over high food prices, and stunning new claims from Prince Harry about his brother Prince William.
1/6/202323 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: Day 2 of chaos in U.S. Congress

January 4, 2022: A Republican standoff in the U.S. House continues to derail the vote for a speaker, growing concern over Omicron subvariant XBB.1.5, and the girl who inspired National Ribbon Skirt Day.
1/5/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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CTV National News: Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin in critical condition after his cardiac arrest

January 3, 2022: Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is in critical condition after suffering cardiac arrest while on the field, Ottawa summons Sunwing and Via Rail to explain holiday travel failures, and soccer fans in Brazil bid final farewell to Pele. 
1/4/202322 minutes, 57 seconds
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CTV National News: Deadly Ukrainian rocket strike

January 2, 2023: A deadly Ukrainian rocket strike kills dozens of Russian soldiers, tens of thousands of people pay their respects to the late Pope Benedict, and a new artificial intelligence tool has been created to emulate human responses.
1/3/202323 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News: Suspect arrested in Idaho case

Friday, Dec. 30: A man is in custody for the University of Idaho killings; Poilievre calls for bail reform; and Andrew Tate is arrested.
12/31/202223 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Canadian folk legend Ian Tyson dies at 89

December 29, 2022: Canada’s Prairie poet and folk legend Ian Tyson dies at 89, remembering Brazilian soccer king Pele, and a newly elected Republican congressman who lied about his life story.
12/30/202223 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News: OPP officer killed on his first solo day on the job

December 28, 2022: OPP officer killed on his first day working solo, Canadian travelers stranded until the new year, and Canada looks for a reset at the world junior hockey championship.
12/29/202223 minutes, 49 seconds
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CTV National News: Recovery and repairs after snowstorm

December 27, 2022: Luggage backlogs plague airports as train service returns and crews restore power grids; travellers try to get refunded for missed trips.
12/28/202223 minutes, 37 seconds
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CTV National News: Winter travel nightmare continues

December 26, 2022: The winter travel nightmare continues for Canadians, Upstate New York digs out of the 'blizzard of the century,' and, how the pandemic has changed Boxing Day
12/27/202223 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Via Rail sends travel plans up in smoke

December 24, 2022: Passengers stranded aboard Via Rail trains over extreme weather, Ukraine's President Zelenskyy accuses Russian forces of targeting civilians 'for pleasure', and a look back at one of the most touching moments of the year.
12/25/202223 minutes, 3 seconds
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CTV National News: Weather warnings across Canada

Friday, Dec. 23: A winter storm batters most of Canada; three are dead after a shooting in Paris; and a Winnipeg woman makes a difference.
12/24/202223 minutes, 20 seconds
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CTV National News: Winter weather bomb bears down on Canada

December 22, 2022: A winter ‘weather bomb’ bears down on Canada, travel delays hold up holiday plans, and a key mission accomplished on the International Space Station.
12/23/202223 minutes, 49 seconds
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CTV National News: Zelenskyy’s landmark mission to White House

December 21, 2022: Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits the White House, the race to clear travel backlogs ahead of Christmas, and the long-awaited meetup between a group of schoolchildren and seniors.
12/22/202223 minutes, 44 seconds
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CTV National News: Eight teen girls accused of killing a man in Toronto

December 20, 2022: Eight teenage girls are accused of killing a 59-year-old man in Toronto, travel chaos in B.C. on roads and runways, and the first phase of the single-use plastic ban is now in effect.
12/21/202223 minutes, 12 seconds
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CTV National News: Mass shooting in Vaughan, Ont.

December 19, 2022: A condo killing spree in Ontario, reflections from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and criminal charges recommended for former U.S. president Donald Trump.
12/20/202223 minutes, 18 seconds
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CTV National News: Elon Musk retaliates

Friday, Dec. 16: Twitter suspends some journalists; a winter storm impacts several provinces; and doctors urge caution during the holidays.
12/17/202223 minutes, 11 seconds
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CTV National News: Winter storm strikes

Thursday, Dec. 15: Winter storm strikes parts of Ontario; federal workers told to head back to the office; and why a spacecraft broke down. 
12/16/202223 minutes, 17 seconds
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CTV National News: Crisis deepens in Canadian hospitals

December 14, 2022: Signs of an increasingly ailing health-care system, a rare look at nuclear power in Canada, and the tragic death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss.
12/15/202223 minutes, 24 seconds
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CTV National News: The nuclear fusion breakthrough

December 13, 2022: A big breakthrough in nuclear fusion, expanding the offensive against misconduct in the military, and self-driving wheelchairs now roam Winnipeg’s airport.
12/14/202223 minutes, 22 seconds
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CTV National News: Impact of rising interest rates and soaring inflation

December 12, 2022: A look at the impact of rising interest rates and soaring inflation this holiday season, Canadian hospitals are reaching a breaking point, and a new goal for hockey culture on and off the ice.
12/13/202223 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Toronto subway stabbing

Friday, Dec. 9: A fatal stabbing in Toronto sparks concerns across the country; and premiers demand more from the federal government.
12/10/202223 minutes, 16 seconds
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CTV National News: Celine Dion diagnosed with an incurable disease

December 8, 2022: Celine Dion reveals stunning health diagnosis, Indigenous leaders demand the resignation of Winnipeg’s police chief, and freedom for basketball star Brittney Griner.
12/9/202223 minutes, 5 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada’s benchmark borrowing rate hits 14-year high

December 7, 2022: The Bank of Canada raises its key interest rate for the seventh time this year, security concerns over an RCMP contract connected to a Chinese tech firm, and the surging demand for Santas in short supply.
12/8/202223 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Flu blamed for deaths of six B.C. children in recent weeks

December 6, 2022: Six children are believed to have died from flu in B.C. in recent weeks, Canada’s pandemic response is put under scrutiny, and a new professional women’s soccer league will be kicking off in Canada.
12/7/202223 minutes, 35 seconds
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CTV National News: Former head of COVID-19 vaccine rollout acquitted of sexual assault

December 5, 2022: Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin acquitted on 1998 sexual assault charge, an Ottawa hospital calls on the Red Cross for help, and a new forecast on food prices.
12/6/202223 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: Discrimination in hockey

Friday, Dec. 2: 900 discrimination cases involving Hockey Canada; veterans allegedly offered MAID; U.S. drops Meng case four years later.
12/3/202223 minutes, 15 seconds
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CTV National News: New front in the fight against Alzheimer’s

November 30, 2022: An experimental Alzheimer’s treatment shows promise, a severe snowstorm batters B.C., and remembering Fleetwood Mac vocalist Christine McVie.
12/1/202223 minutes, 27 seconds
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CTV National News: Afghans who escaped the Taliban stuck in Pakistan

November 29, 2022: Afghans who escaped the Taliban struggle in Pakistan, FIFA investigates after Croatian fans taunt Canada's goalkeeper, and the growing list of species in Canada under serious threat.
11/30/202223 minutes, 21 seconds
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CTV National News: Cold case breakthrough in the brutal murders of two women

November 28, 2022: A cold case breakthrough in the brutal murders of two Toronto women, the explosive rise of food bank use, and the world’s biggest active volcano erupts for the first time in nearly 40 years.
11/29/202223 minutes, 8 seconds
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CTV National News: Trudeau's testimony

Friday, Nov. 25: Trudeau testifies about the Emergencies Act; respiratory illnesses surge; and Team Canada gets ready for a crucial game.
11/26/202223 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News: Remembering Toronto Maple Leafs legend Borje Salming

November 24, 2022: The legacy of Toronto Maple Leafs legend Borje Salming, the game plan for Canada’s World Cup match against Croatia on Sunday, and Montreal’s next police chief brings a vision of inclusion.
11/25/202223 minutes, 33 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada’s return to the men’s World Cup

November 23, 2022: Canada steps back onto the men’s World Cup stage, a Canadian teen is killed after twin blasts in Jerusalem, and a child survives a shocking hit-and-run into a stroller
11/24/202223 minutes, 41 seconds
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CTV National News: Canada set to hit the pitch at the World Cup

November 22, 2022: Huge anticipation on the eve of Canada’s World Cup opener, an Alberta paramedic who responds to a call that claims her daughter, and a ‘Freedom Convoy’ lawyer is temporarily removed from the Emergencies Act inquiry.
11/23/202223 minutes, 40 seconds
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CTV National News: Defiant protests at the World Cup

November 21, 2022: Iran’s silent demonstration at the World Cup, visiting fans navigate Qatar’s code of conduct, and a powerful earthquake pummels Indonesia.
11/22/202222 minutes, 59 seconds
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CTV National News: Ongoing winter storm wreaks havoc in Buffalo

Saturday, Nov. 19: The severe winter storm in Buffalo continues as metres of snow pile up; and, FIFA's president defends Qatar’s reputation from critics.
11/20/202223 minutes, 15 seconds