CBC News: The National | Quebec explosion aftermath, Pierre Poilievre, Catalytic converter theft

Jan. 13, 2023 | Authorities say it could take days to identify victims after an explosion in a small Quebec town. Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre criticized for a policy think tank appearance. Plus, why catalytic converters are being marked for theft.

0:00 The National for Jan. 13, 2023
0:46 Searching for answers after Quebec explosion
2:57 Employee dies after St. Catharines explosion
3:23 California braces for more rain, flooding
6:15 Poilievre criticized speaking to controversial think tank
9:09 Quebec cardinal's accuser drops anonymity
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11:46 Russia claims victory in Soledar, Ukraine
14:07 Research gives insight into long COVID
16:35 School meal programs grapple with rising food costs
20:03 Jordan Peterson defies discipline over tweets
22:33 CBC journalist Janice Johnson dies at 62
24:23 Bolsonaro, Trump and the Brazil riots | The Breakdown
32:57 Catalytic converter thefts on the rise
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