CBC News: The National | Airport testing, Jobs numbers, Jan. 6 hearings



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June 10, 2022 | Ottawa is temporarily suspending random COVID-19 testing for vaccinated travellers landing at Canadian airports. Canada’s unemployment rate drops to a record-low 5.1 per cent. Plus, a closer look at new footage from the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol attack.

00:00 The National for June 10, 2022
00:41 Ottawa temporarily suspends random arrival testing at airports
02:59 U.S. drops COVID-19 tests for international air travellers
03:22 Passport seekers face long wait times
05:36 Canada's unemployment rate drops to record-low 5.1%
6:00 Employees use tight labour market to their advantage
09:18 Divided reactions to Jan. 6 hearing
11:57 Summit of the Americas wraps up
12:24 Pope’s travel pause casts shadow on residential schools visit
14:43 RCMP released man accused of 2 Edmonton homicides in violation of bail
17:08 Fear under fire in the Donbas region
20:11 Justin Bieber cancelled Toronto shows due to facial paralysis
21:21 New tobacco rules would place warnings on individual cigarettes
23:36 Sriracha manufacturer suspends summer production
23:51 Heavy rain delays B.C. crop harvest
26:29 How Americans will react to newly released U.S. Capitol riot footage
34:10 Newfoundland fish plant converted into cannabis facility
39:35 Sunken British royal warship revealed 340 years after shipwreck
42:11 The Moment: Wildlife photographer has close call with a bear

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