On this episode of Global National: It has been exactly a week since the so-called “Freedom Convoy” rolled into Canada’s capital protesting against COVID-19 mandates. As Mike Drolet explains, some are vowing to stay for the long haul.
And, thousands of Canadians have taken to the streets across other parts of the country to protest against pandemic restrictions – including a large group in Toronto. Alan Carter reports.
Plus, who will secure leadership of Canada’s Conservative Party? Mercedes Stephenson takes a look at the latest for the party since the ousting of former leader Erin O’Toole.
Large-scale blackouts, flight cancellations and traffic disruptions were seen across a large swath of the United States due to the aftermath of a major snowstorm. Jennifer Johnson has the latest.
More than 50 years after Vancouver’s legendary Black neighbourhood, Hogan’s Alley, was bulldozed to make way for viaducts, a UBC student hopes to re-establish a sense of community by starting a Black library. Paul Johnson reports.
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