CBC News: The National | COVID disruptions, Ontario restrictions, Residential school compensation

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Jan. 3, 2022 | COVID-19 is leading to renewed disruptions across schools, health-care and even professional sports. Ontario's new restrictions mean students won't be back in schools for at least two more weeks. Plus, a Mi'kmaw residential school survivor fights for federal compensation.

00:00 The National for Jan. 3, 2022
01:11 Ontario announces new COVID-19 restrictions
02:10 Hospitalizations up as Omicron cases surge
04:37 Ontario pauses non-urgent surgeries
05:05 Ontario schools return to virtual learning
07:17 Businesses braces for more closures, limits
09:44 Who's in hospital now with COVID-19?
11:47 Military help for Quebec's vaccine rollout
12:11 Bearskin Lake FN COVID-19 emergency
12:50 Pandemic travel disruptions continue
13:24 Storm add to U.S. Omicron disruptions
16:00 U.S. expands access to COVID-19 boosters
16:21 COVID-19 leaves NHL schedule in disarray
19:38 Practical tips for dealing with COVID-19
25:40 Residential school survivor fights to prove her story
35:51 Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes guilty of fraud
36:24 Trumps subpoenaed in fraud investigation
36:50 Settlement could impact Prince Andrew case
37:19 Boris Johnson's political future at risk
40:40 Rural Alberta homelessness solutions
43:19 The Moment

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