Oct. 17, 2022 | Russia terrorizes Ukraine’s capital, this time using drones. Questions arise over grocery chains’ role in skyrocketing food prices. Plus, why China’s Xi Jinping appears poised to hold on to power indefinitely.
00:00 The National for Oct. 17, 2022
00:52 Russia hits Ukraine with self-destructing drones
05:30 Canada announces new Russian sanctions
05:53 8 killed in fire at Iran’s Evin prison
06:21 Grocery chains freeze private label prices
09:15 Telus move to add credit card fee delayed
09:40 Nokia announces new facility in Ottawa
11:47 Hotel group warned about convoy protest
14:37 Improving safety on First Nations in Sask.
16:56 Essex County declares ambulance emergency
17:37 Poor air quality as B.C. wildfires burn
17:59 PQ leader refuses to swear oath to King
20:54 Kevin Spacey denies sexual assault claims
21:13 Kanye West in talks to buy Parler
21:36 U.K. PM under pressure after tax cuts reversal
23:55 Truss defends leadership in BBC interview
24:46 Protester attacked at Chinese consulate in U.K.
25:11 Xi Jinping to hold onto power in China
28:32 China’s economy showing signs of weakness
33:2 Wave of retirement as boomers exit workforce
40:36 BTS members will do mandatory military service
41:04 Sgt. Tommy Prince honoured with new stamp
43:20 The Moment: Stroke survivor runs half marathon
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