CBC News: The National | Fleeing floodwaters, Mysterious liver disease, Michelin Guide

CBC News: The National | Fleeing floodwaters, Mysterious liver disease, Michelin Guide

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May 10, 2022 | Thousands are out of their homes as communities across Canada battle dangerous flooding. A mysterious liver disease has experts scrambling for answers. Plus, criticism as the Michelin restaurant guide announced for Toronto.

0:00 The National for May 10, 2022
1:12 Flooding emergencies in 3 provinces
4:08 Alberta's top court says 'no more pipeline' act unconstitutional
6:24 Mysterious liver disease puzzles experts
11:42 Concern about baby formula shortages
14:12 U.S. intelligence blames Putin for Ukraine war
14:25 Civilian victims of war in Ukraine
16:59 Destructive protests in Sri Lanka
17:25 Filipinos protest election results
17:45 Elon Musk would reverse Twitter's Trump ban
18:04 Prince Charles opens U.K. Parliament
20:13 Gov.Gen. visits home community Nunavik, Que.
21:30 2nd woman testifies of attack by Jacob Hoggard
23:49 Quebec language bill protests
23:34 Competing visions for the Conservative Party
36:05 Anglican Church accused of mishandling sexual assault complaints
40:25 Michelin Guide coming to Toronto amid criticism
43:20 Rare white deer spotted in Ottawa | The Moment


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