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Global National: Nov. 3, 2021 | Canadians brace for approval of COVID-19 shot for young kids
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On this episode of Global National: Anticipation grows in Canada, after the U.S. approved a COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5-11. Jamie Mauracher breaks down what the timeline looks like for Health Canada to follow suit.
Gubernatorial races in the U.S. paint a troubling picture for President Joe Biden. Jackson Proskow explains what the crushing setbacks mean for his agenda.
The COP26 climate change summit has spurred calls for Indigenous collaboration. Crystal Goomansingh explains how some Indigenous people say they could help leaders and businesses protect the environment.
Plus, Eric Sorensen looks into the calls from environmentalists for Canada to work faster when it comes to a ban on thermal coal exports.
When is it appropriate to raise Canada’s flags, which have flown at half-mast since the discovery of the remains of 215 bodies at a former residential school? Abigail Bimman looks into the debate ahead of Remembrance Day.
Now that the U.S. has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 shot for kids aged 5 to 11, and with Canada expected to follow suit, many questions remain about children and vaccines. Speaking to Global’s Dawna Friesen, Toronto epidemiologist Dr. Isaac Bogoch breaks down the facts for parents.
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