On this episode of World Nationwide: As truck convoy protesters towards Canada’s pandemic restrictions proceed in Ottawa, town’s mayor, Jim Watson, is demanding demonstrators transfer on after disrupting the capital and the lives of its residents for a 3rd consecutive day. As Abigail Bimman experiences, the decision was made after days of unrest, harassment and abuse.
Regardless of the protests, Canada’s federal MPs are additionally returning to work after a six-week break. Eric Sorensen experiences on how politicians are reacting to the disruptions, and what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needed to say. Plus, Heather Yourex-West experiences on a trucker blockade protesting Canada’s COVID-19 restrictions continues casing big backlogs and delays at a busy border crossing in Alberta.
In the meantime, Canada’s Defence Minister Anita Anand met together with her Ukrainian counterpart this week, as Ottawa expands its coaching mission in Ukraine, with tensions rising over a potential Russian incursion. However as Crystal Goomansingh experiences, Canadian troops are additionally being pulled again from unstable areas, with no diplomatic answer in sight.
Additionally, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in sizzling water, as preliminary police experiences investigating the alleged lockdown events element “extreme consumption of alcohol” and “failures of management and judgement.” Redmond Shannon experiences on how Johnson is making an attempt to climate the political storm, even from inside his personal ranks.
Some artists are pulling their music from the favored streaming service, Spotify, protesting issues the corporate is spreading COVID-19 misinformation. Ross Lord experiences on the corporate’s response, why well-liked podcast host Joe Rogan is on the coronary heart of the controversy and the Canadian singers behind the backlash.
And Canada is on a roll in worldwide soccer after the lads’s group received one other vital World Cup qualifier on Sunday over the U.S. Mike Drolet experiences on the vitality and pleasure as Canada inches nearer to its World Cup desires.
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