CBC News: The National | Conservative leadership debate, NATO training, Ditching passwords

CBC News: The National | Conservative leadership debate, NATO training, Ditching passwords

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May 11, 2022 | Conservative leadership candidates clash in the first official debate. NATO special forces carry out training drills in Eastern Europe. Plus, Apple, Google and Microsoft want to ditch passwords.

0:00 The National for May 11, 2022
1:18 Conservative leadership candidates face off
4:35 Hay River N.W.T flee flooding
6:45 More rain heads for soaked southern Manitoba
7:08 U.S. Senate blocks attempt to codify abortion legislation
7:43 Anti-abortion activists to rally in Ottawa
10:08 Ottawa to charter flights to resettle Ukrainians
10:29 Ukraine cuts off Russian gas line
10:46 Success, human tragedy in Ukraine
12:00 NATO war exercises amid war
14:47 Sri Lankan president promises new PM
15:14 Canadian among several arrested in Hong Kong
15:38 U.S. reveals treatment of students at Indigenous boarding schools
18:13 Al Jazeera journalist killed in West Bank
21:54 Signs of slowing U.S. inflation
20:20 Renewed efforts to unionize Canadian Amazon workers
25:00 Impact of the Conservative leadership debate
34:09 Personal attacks at Conservative leadership debate
39:40 Apple discontinues iPod
40:00 A future without passwords
42:45 Air traffic controller helps passenger land plane | The Moment

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