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CBC News: The National | Carey Price, Thanksgiving advice, At Issue

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Published on 12 Oct 2021 / In News & Politics

Oct. 7, 2021 | Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price’s announcement he’s stepping off the ice ahead of a new season sparks a conversation about mental health in sports. Breaking down the advice on how to celebrate Thanksgiving safely across the country. Plus, At Issue breaks down the politics of COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

0:00 The National for Oct. 7, 2021
1:28 Canadiens' Carey Price voluntarily enters player assistance program
4:17 Signs COVID-19 stabilizing in Canada
4:58 Thanksgiving gatherings allowed in most of Canada with varying limits
7:11 Vaccinations, co-operation helped Ontario through 4th wave
9:16 Pfizer applies for emergency approval of COVID-19 vaccine for children
9:47 Anti-Islamophobia strategy launched at Ontario school board
12:04 Toxic workplace conditions persist at Royal Canadian Mint, external review says
14:11 Bank of Canada warns of possible consistent inflation
15:04 Wilson-Raybould not asked about freeing Catholic Church from residential school compensation: source
18:08 Concerns about missed skin cancer screening during pandemic
20:15 Community mourns Montreal's Dr. Nadia Chaudhri
22:03 The politics of vaccine mandates | At Issue
33:14 The small Texas city that changed the national conversation on abortion
39:16 CBC Marketplace investigates third-party online resellers at Best Buy
41:25 Fans flag translation inconsistencies in Squid Game
43:30 The Moment

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