Global National Full Headlines for July 14

Published on July 15, 2021 by

The Tataskweyak Cree Nation in Manitoba has declared a state of emergency over a series of deaths and self-harm incidents recently. David Akin spoke to Chief Doreen Spence about what her community needs during its mental health crisis.

Should post-secondary schools mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for students and staff on campus? Mike Drolet looks into the debate across Canada.

The resurgence of COVID-19 in the U.S., linked to lagging vaccination rates and the Delta variant, is threatening the reopening of the U.S.-Canada border. Jackson Proskow reports.

A heartbroken father in Kelowna, B.C. is struggling to understand how his son died on the first day of his job at a construction site. Robin Gill reports from the scene of Tuesday’s crane collapse tragedy, where five people were killed.

In the past six months, the number of claims for an ongoing class-action lawsuit against the federal government, over alleged sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces, has jumped 170 per cent. As Abigail Bimman explains, the spike may be due to a positive culture shift.

The Taliban claims to have seized a key border crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan, where Canadian troops once patrolled. As Mike Armstrong explains, some Canadian veterans say hearing about the Taliban’s advances are like a “punch to the gut.”

A Nova Scotia researcher has recorded sound from the deepest point of the world’s oceans. Ross Lord reports on the amazing feat.

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