CBC News: The National | Erin O’Toole’s leadership, Alberta border blockade, Uyghurs in China

CBC News: The National | Erin O’Toole’s leadership, Alberta border blockade, Uyghurs in China

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Feb. 1, 2022 | A revolt in the Conservative Party puts Erin O’Toole’s future as leader in jeopardy. RCMP try to clear a border blockade in Alberta, but more vehicles come in. Plus, advocates want the Olympics used as an opportunity to wake up the world to China's treatment of the Uyghur Muslims.

00:00 The National for Feb. 1, 2022
01:06 Erin O'Toole's future aa Conservative leader
05:32 RCMP tries to clear blockade at Alberta-U.S. border
08:35 Doug Ford on Parliament Hill protest
09:10 Parliament Hill protest costing city $1M per day
11:15 Two arrested in connection with protest
11:37 Quebec scaps tax on the unvaccinated
12:04 COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5
14:25 Canadians told to avoid travel to Ukraine
14:44 Ukraine’s allies prepare possible Russian invasion
16:38 Amnesty Int'l report alleges apartheid in Israel
19:00 Plastic waste after 27-year boil water advisory
22:11 Whoopi Goldberg suspended for two weeks
22:37 Canadian gas prices hit record highs
25:27 Drawing attention to plight of China’s Uyghurs
29:40 China erases Lithuania as trade partner
36:04 Bid to bring Olympics back to Vancouver
40:42 Black student alliance starts conversations
43:13 The Moment

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