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Canada’s auditor general gives a scathing review of Canada’s readiness for the pandemic. A national carbon tax has been deemed constitutional, but what does it mean for businesses? Plus, Ontario battles rising COVID-19 case numbers with calls for fewer restrictions.

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#COVID19

00:00 The National for March 25, 2021
00:58 AG report on ‘pandemic readiness’
04:33 5,200 new COVID cases in Canada
04:57 Cases jump as cities re-open
07:09 COVID-19 surge in B.C.
07:43 Supreme Court rules ‘carbon tax’ constitutional
13:15 Biden’s first press conference
15:31 Quarantine rules relaxed for NHL players
15:56 Pfizer vaccine trial begins for kids under 12
16:15 21-year-old arrested in Montreal officer’s death
16:48 Stamping out Anti-Asian racism in schools
19:56 Severe weather hits Southern U.S.
20:18 Container vessel still stuck in Suez Canal
20:39 NZ to offer paid leave after miscarriage
21:01 The business of COVID conspiracies | Marketplace
24:21 Reaction to carbon tax ruling | At Issue
35:57 Largest public collection of Inuit art in Winnipeg
39:08 New restrictions to stamp out variants in Regina
43:29 The Moment

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Canada’s auditor general gives a scathing review of Canada’s readiness for the pandemic. A national carbon tax has been deemed constitutional, but what does it mean for businesses? Plus, Ontario battles rising COVID-19 case numbers with calls for fewer restrictions.

#AuditorGeneral
#CarbonTax
#COVID19

00:00 The National for March 25, 2021
00:58 AG report on 'pandemic readiness'
04:33 5,200 new COVID cases in Canada
04:57 Cases jump as cities re-open
07:09 COVID-19 surge in B.C.
07:43 Supreme Court rules 'carbon tax' constitutional
13:15 Biden's first press conference
15:31 Quarantine rules relaxed for NHL players
15:56 Pfizer vaccine trial begins for kids under 12
16:15 21-year-old arrested in Montreal officer's death
16:48 Stamping out Anti-Asian racism in schools
19:56 Severe weather hits Southern U.S.
20:18 Container vessel still stuck in Suez Canal
20:39 NZ to offer paid leave after miscarriage
21:01 The business of COVID conspiracies | Marketplace
24:21 Reaction to carbon tax ruling | At Issue
35:57 Largest public collection of Inuit art in Winnipeg
39:08 New restrictions to stamp out variants in Regina
43:29 The Moment










43:35 The Moment

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