CBC News: The National | Buffalo shooting victims, Prince Charles, Housing market

CBC News: The National | Buffalo shooting victims, Prince Charles, Housing market

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May 16, 2022 | Remembering the lives lost in the Buffalo, N.Y., mass shooting. As Prince Charles picks up more royal duties from the Queen, attention is turning to what the monarchy will look like under his rule. Plus, the impact of a cooling housing market on buyers.

00:00 The National for May 16, 2022
00:54 Mourning the victims of the Buffalo shooting
04:28 Shooter motivated by racist conspiracy theory
06:43 California church shooting motivated by hate
07:26 RCMP response during N.S. mass shooting
09:44 Impaired driver sentenced to 17 years in prison
10:40 Leaders debate ahead of Ontario election
13:34 Soldiers evacuated from Mariupol steel plant
14:00 Ukrainians reeling from Kharkiv attacks
16:34 McDonald's announces pull out of Russia
17:00 Prince Charles and Camilla coming to Canada
19:16 Calls for a royal apology for residential schools
22:21 Consultations on climate change adaptation
25:12 Donald Trump plots path to potential 2024 run
33:33 Prince Charles: A King in Waiting
40:40 Experts caution homebuyers in cooling market
43:23 The Moment: Junos teacher of the year

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