CBC News: The National | Border deaths, COVID-19 restrictions, Pet custody

Jan. 20, 2022 | A family of four is found frozen to death near the Manitoba-U.S. border. The increasing hope that Omicron will soon be behind us. Plus, the Montreal SPCA wants to change how pet custody is considered in a breakup.

00:00 The National for Jan. 20, 2022
01:05 Family of 4 found dead at Canadian border
04:21 3 children killed in Brampton, Ont., house fire
06:30 Safety concerns at site of Ottawa explosion
08:50 Allies try to cool Russia-Ukraine tensions
11:52 The COVID-19 Omicron wave in Canada
12:53 Ontario eyes gradual reopening
14:53 Europe loosening COVID-19 restrictions
17:13 Residential school documents deal
19:28 N.S. school to remove Prince Andrew’s name
22:42 Tearful Adele postpones Las Vegas residency
23:23 How exercise helps fight depression
26:24 At Issue: Canada’s role in Russia-Ukraine tensions
34:18 At Issue: Canada’s record-high inflation
40:47 Determining pet custody after a breakup
43:29 The Moment


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