CBC News: The National | Unmarked graves, Royal visit, Toronto carjackings

CBC News: The National | Unmarked graves, Royal visit, Toronto carjackings

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May 17, 2022 | An Alberta First Nation calls on Ottawa for help in the search for unmarked graves. Prince Charles and Camilla begin their royal visit to Canada. Plus, Maple Leaf star Mitch Marner becomes the latest victim in a rash of carjackings in Toronto.
Note: The story about unmarked graves contains archival images that are incorrectly identified as Saddle Lake, the actual location is unknown.

00:00 The National for May 17, 2022
01:05 Saddle Lake Cree Nation discoveries
04:39 Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Canada
06:57 Queen attends London Tube line opening
07:23 Biden pays respects to victims in Buffalo, N.Y.
10:56 Kenney pitches Alberta oil to solve U.S. energy woes
13:12 Canadian gas prices hit record highs yet again
14:02 What's driving up oil and gas prices?
15:51 Canada slaps entry ban on Putin and allies
16:14 Ukrainian soldiers evacuated from Mariupol plant
18:50 Canadian Forces aircraft delivers aid to Ukraine
21:06 Finland's parliament approves NATO application
22:15 Minnedosa, Manitoba declares flooding emergency
22:34 Leafs star Mitch Marner victim of Toronto carjacking
24:48 Pressure to call off Canada-Iran soccer match
27:39 Black Canadians react to Buffalo mass shooting
32:08 Ukrainians return home to ruins in Kyiv suburb
40:26 NHL playoffs: the battle of Alberta is back
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