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CBC News: The National | COVID travel disruptions, Canada labour market, Student mental health

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CBC News: The National | COVID travel disruptions, Canada labour market, Student mental health

Dec. 24, 2021 | A number of major airlines are cancelling Christmas Eve flights as crew members call in sick due to COVID-19. Canada’s labour market has mostly recovered from the pandemic, but the number of self-employed Canadians is slowly shrinking. Plus, post-secondary students already struggling with the pandemic’s effects on their mental health are worried about a return to online learning.

00:00 The National for Dec. 24, 2021
01:08 Provinces report record COVID-19 cases
05:06 What to make of the rising case numbers
07:28 Omicron causing holiday travel disruptions
09:48 Pandemic’s impact on students’ mental health
12:06 Trudeau shares Christmas message
12:59 Reasons behind a drop in self-employed workers
15:18 B.C.’s South Coast braces for snowy weather
17:43 New video released of the Capitol Hill riot
18:25 Tiananmen Square statues removed in Hong Kong
21:39 Hybrid movie releases here to stay
24:37 Simu Liu on being Marvel’s first Asian superhero
35:12 P.E.I. potatoes declared clear of warts
35:37 Chef aims to earn 1st Michelin star for Filipino food
40:52 Sask. heritage park uncovers rock art
43:29 The Moment

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