CBC News: The National | War in Ukraine intensifies, Russia’s nuclear threat, Families flee

CBC News: The National | War in Ukraine intensifies, Russia’s nuclear threat, Families flee

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Feb. 27, 2022 | Russian forces are met with fierce resistance as troops advance on Ukraine. The world is on edge after a nuclear warning from Vladimir Putin. Plus, families trying to flee the fighting are getting separated by borders.

00:00 The National for Feb. 27, 2022
01:18 Russia's attack on Ukraine intensifies
05:08 Russia faces fierce resistance in Ukraine
08:01 Putin puts Russia's nuclear forces on alert
10:44 Poland welcomes Ukrainian refugees
15:15 Ukraine accuses Russia of planning genocide
15:47 Europe rallies support for Ukraine
18:12 Anti-war protests across Russia
18:36 Impact on Russia's ruble, banking
18:54 Canada's steps up help for Ukraine
21:05 Air space closed to Russian flights
21:26 Peace Tower lit up with Ukrainian colours
21:37 Rallies across Canada support Ukraine
24:48 Russia can play in World Cup qualifying
25:18 Calls to suspend Russia from Paralympics
25:46 Fighting misinformation about the invasion
28:07 Answering kids’ questions about Ukraine
30:56 Ukrainian prepares to fight for his country
36:33 Alberta set to scrap most COVID restrictions
37:08 Sask. to drop indoor face mask mandate
37:26 Studies suggest COVID-19 started in Wuhan market
37:45 Heavy rain warnings in parts of B.C.
38:04 Accessing psilocybin to ease end-of-life anxiety
40:31 Apps help save money on groceries
43:30 The Moment


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