CBC News: The National | Rogers outage, Shinzo Abe killed, Summer school
July 8, 2022 | Millions of people are without internet or cell service after a nationwide Rogers outage. Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead during a daylight campaign stop. Plus, the demand for summer school to try and make up for pandemic learning losses.
00:00 The National for July 8, 2022
00:57 Rogers outage cuts off millions of Canadians
6:50 June job losses raise concern about recession
10:36 Elon Musk wants to withdraw from Twitter deal
10:54 Shinzo Abe, former Japanese PM, assassinated
13:45 Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich denied bail
14:18 Biden tries to safeguard reproductive rights with executive order
16:46 BC prepares to roll out more 4th vaccine doses
17:20 Confirmed Canadian monkeypox cases continue to rise
17:42 Canadian swimmer claims she was drugged at world swimming party
20:50 Yukon officials urge visitors to reconsider travel plans
21:12 Alberta tornado touches down north of Calgary
21:26 Summer schools aim to entertain and educate
23:58 Rogers executive addresses what went wrong with their networks
27:38 Should the government diversify Canada’s telecom market?
31:38 Rogers outage leads to cancellation of The Weeknd concert
32:30 Calls for free public transit
40:08 Hockey phenom becomes WHL’s 1st overall draft pick from Yukon
43:16 Actor Kevin Costner on horseback leads Calgary Stampede Parade
43:31 The Moment: Alberta Ukrainian community marches in Calgary Stampede Parade
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