CBC News: The National | Control of Mariupol, Edmonton teen killed, Indigenous names

April 21, 2022 | Putin declares Mariupol ‘liberated’ as Ukrainian troops hold the city’s steel plant. Police say seven suspects face upgraded charges in the stabbing death of an Edmonton teen. Plus, the roadblocks some Indigenous parents face when naming their babies.

00:00 The National for April 21, 2022
01:09 Possible mass graves near Mariupol
01:43 Putin orders barricade of Mariupol steel plant
04:44 Ukraine asks the world for more weapons
05:20 Russia sanctions slew of westerners
07:24 Indigenous commander to lead Canadian Army
07:46 Children’s hospitals under strain in wave
10:31 Quebec extends provincial mask mandate
10:50 Edmonton teen stabbed to death outside high school
12:43 Search for missing boy in northern Saskatchewan
13:14 Truth and Reconciliation: Meeting with the Pope
16:06 New policy to shape how Ottawa works with Inuit
16:52 Candles blamed for Vancouver building fire
17:20 Arizona wildfire sparks warning for Canadians
20:36 Environmental concerns about Russia’s war in Ukraine
23:05 Queen marks her 96th birthday
24:51 At Issue: The inflation blame game
34:33 At Issue: Freeland joins G20 walkout
39:21 CNN+ shuts down shortly after launch
39:47 Judge walks out after Masked Singer Giuliani reveal
40:07 Rules limit Indigenous baby name spelling
42:56 The Moment: N.S. taxi driver hospital gift

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