CBC News: The National | Trudeau visits First Nation, Jonathan Vance, Ukraine pets



March 30, 2022 | A pledge to help fund the search into possible burial sites near a former B.C. residential school. Canada’s former top military commander pleads guilty to obstruction of justice. Plus, the Canadian veterinarian helping abandoned pets in Ukraine.

00:00 The National for March 30, 2022
00:59 Trudeau visits Williams Lake First Nation
04:50 Jonathan Vance please guilty to obstruction
07:12 Russia’s war on Ukraine
07:40 Little trust in Russia’s claim to scale back
10:05 The cost of Mykolaiv’s fierce resistance
13:06 Some fast-food chains still open in Russia
15:28 Dollarama will hike some prices to $5
17:46 Ontario’s plan to solve the housing crisis
19:52 Will Smith Oscar slap fallout
20:27 Bruce Willis steps away from acting
21:46 Calls to charge Putin with war crimes
22:29 Bob Rae on holding Russia to account
26:57 Indigenous artifacts at the Vatican
27:35 Indigenous delegates to perform for Pope
32:28 Healing residential school scars
36:57 P.E.I. premier tests positive for COVID-19
37:11 Canada’s electric vehicle infrastructure
40:09 Helping Ukraine’s abandoned pets
43:23 The Moment: N.B. theatre mystery

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