CBC News: The National | MP Han Dong, Population surge, Ukrainian children


March 22, 2023 | MP Han Dong says he’s leaving the Liberal caucus and will sit as an independent amid allegations involving Chinese government interference. New numbers show Canada’s population has made a record-breaking jump. Plus, Ukrainian children who were taken to Russian territory are returned home.

00:00 The National for March 22, 2023
00:57 MP Han Dong says he’s leaving Liberal caucus
03:29 Canada’s population added 1 million people in 2022
06:31 Government extends program to resettle Ukrainians
08:52 Airstrikes kill at least 8 near Zaporizhzhia and Kyiv
09:19 Zelenskyy meets with troops near the front line
09:39 17 Ukrainian children stolen by Russia return home
12:22 Biden’s looming visit sparks debate in parliament
12:52 Canada’s military weary about Haiti intervention
15:50 U.S. Federal Reserve raises interest rate
16:30 Trump grand jury reportedly did not meet today
16:56 Boris Johnson grilled over lockdown parties
19:21 Report on fatal sinking of Nova Scotia fishing boat
22:38 Gwyneth Paltrow appears at ski crash trial
23:15 Street drugs laced with toxic animal tranquillizer
26:56 Biden’s visit to Canada: 4 keys issues
32:50 U.S. commits $49B on World Water Day
33:30 Drought pushes farms to brink of collapse
41:05 ‘Experience Regina’ campaign faces backlash
43:23 The Moment | ‘The Last of Us’ blanket cameo

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