Global National Full Headlines for October 6

Published on October 7, 2021 by

In tonight’s top story: Canadians learn new details about federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Abigail Bimman reports on the deadline facing federal workers, train travellers and plane passengers across the country who have yet to get their shots.

Healthcare professionals across Canada are rallying for urgent federal support and warning that without it, hospitals will crumble. Jamie Mauracher reports on the emergency summit held by two of Canada’s largest medical professional organizations.

Over 8,000 cancelled surgeries during Alberta’s fourth wave has taken a toll on pediatric patients. Heather Yourex-West looks into whether emergency solutions will be enough to remedy the backlog.

Do I have a future in this? Can I go back to school for something else? For the new Global series Pandemic Pivot, Anne Gaviola looks into the career questions that led Canadians to the tech industry.

Major-General Peter Dawe will no longer be involved in reviewing ways to eliminate sexual misconduct in the Canadian military. Mercedes Stephenson explains how public backlash resulted in Dawe’s removal.

Canada is forecast to fall short of its 2030 target to cut emissions by 40 per cent, according to a new report by Trottier Energy Institute. Eric Sorensen explains what this means for Canada’s net-zero goals.

Plus, revelations about a little-known type of killer whale that swam under the radar, until now. Ross Lord looks into the research on outer coast orcas by B.C. scientists.

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