CBC News: The National | Ottawa explosion, Omicron modelling, Denzel Washington

Jan.14, 2022 | An explosion in Ottawa has left one man dead and five others presumed dead. New modelling suggests an extreme surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations is coming soon. Plus, Denzel Washington on starring in the Tragedy of Macbeth.

0:00 The National for Jan. 4, 2022
1:13 Deadly explosion in Ottawa
4:38 Fire kills 3 children in Ontario First Nation
5:10 Modelling predicts intense COVID surge
5:48 Omicron could be peaking this week
8:00 COVID impact on Ontario nursing homes
10:03 Ont. long-term care minister stepping down
10:30 PEI's first COVID-19 deaths
11:02 Alphonso Davies to miss 3 World Cup qualifiers
13:03 Australia revokes Djokovic's visa again
13:46 Apologies for Downing Street parties
16:07 Canadian imprisoned in Egypt safely back in Toronto
18:05 Iqaluit water smells like fuel again
18:47 First Nations children's funding delayed by red tape
21:46 The science behind COVID-19 booster shots
24:41 Team Canada tries to avoid COVID-19 ahead of Olympics
33:37 Denzel Washington interview
43:03 The Moment


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