Oct. 14, 2021 | A tainted water supply leaves Iqaluit residents struggling to cope and the mayor suspects climate change is to blame. Saskatchewan doctors beg for change as the province’s ICUs fill up. Plus, Prince William takes a swipe at the billionaire space race.
00:00 The National for Oct. 14, 2021
01:08 State of emergency in Iqaluit
04:32 Saskatchewan ICUs near crisis point
07:07 N.L. sends health workers to Alberta
09:29 Climbing COVID-19 cases in northern B.C.
10:04 No evidence train started Lytton fire
12:24 Trudeau to announce new cabinet soon
12:50 Marketplace investigates
16:21 NRC responds to CanSino vaccine deal
16:52 Bill Clinton admitted to hospital
19:17 Fighting in the street of Beirut
20:26 Billionaire space race debate
22:50 Arctic nations discuss climate mitigation
26:02 At Issue: Trudeau’s cabinet announcement
30:38 At Issue: Quebec vaccine mandate extension
36:09 Alphonso Davies raising World Cup hopes
43:15 The Moment
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