CBC News: The National | Pain, vindication for Colten Boushie’s mother | March 22, 2021

CBC News: The National | Pain, vindication for Colten Boushie’s mother | March 22, 2021

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A report finding the RCMP racially discriminated against Colten Boushie’s mother comes as a painful vindication for Debbie Baptiste. The third wave of COVID-19 seems to be hitting younger people harder. Plus, do Canadians need to take their masks up a level?


00:00 The National for March 22, 2021
01:07 Colten Boushie's family speaks out
01:58 Report finds RCMP racially discriminated
04:52 Ottawa temporarily halts no-knock raids
05:21 Shooting at grocery store in Boulder, Colorado
06:47 Working to free Kovrig, Spavor
09:15 Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout
09:52 COVID-19 risks for young adults
12:09 AstraZeneca U.S. trial data show 79% efficacy
14:27 COVID-19 vaccine distribution
15:10 Vaccinating vulnerable communities
18:12 N.B. vaccinates teachers, school staff
18:33 Looking ahead to the next school year
21:37 Record flooding in Australia
23:43 Israel election
26:14 Is it time to rethink the masks we wear?
34:06 The extreme Baikal ice marathon
40:47 Pandemic cycling boom creates bike shortage
43:28 The Moment

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