CBC News: The National | Russian attacks widen, Jobs numbers, Pandemic milestone

March 11, 2022 | Russia widens attacks on Ukraine’s cities as residents mourn the loss of their loved ones. The Canadian economy added more than 330,000 jobs in February, blowing past expectations. Plus, reflecting on two years of pandemic life.…
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March 11, 2022 | Russia widens attacks on Ukraine’s cities as residents mourn the loss of their loved ones. The Canadian economy added more than 330,000 jobs in February, blowing past expectations. Plus, reflecting on two years of pandemic life.

00:00 The National for March 11, 2022
1:13 Russian invasion of Ukraine could be entering a new phase
2:11 Ukrainian cities reeling from Russian attacks
5:09 Russia accused of ‘false flag’ tactics
7:12 Russia broadening their attacks in Ukraine
10:05 U.S., allies escalate economic pressure on Russia
10:39 Canada announces new sanctions on Russian oligarchs
11:27 Slovakia feels pressure of Ukrainian refugee crisis
13:28 Western social media takes action against Russian state media
14:11 Saudi blogger Raif Badawi released from prison
16:13 Queen Elizabeth II to skip Commonwealth Service
17:00 Canadian unemployment below pre-pandemic levels
19:20 Canadians’ mental health suffered during pandemic: survey
22:23 Rural renters struggle to find affordable housing
25:36 Is it too soon to drop COVID-19 mask mandates?
35:19 Reflecting on two years of pandemic life
40:55 How Canada can help global wheat supply
43:44 The Moment

#RussiaUkraine #CanadianEconomy #COVID-19

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