CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme

CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme

CTV National News is Canada's most-watched national news program. Now you can stay up date with CTV’s Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme Monday to Friday with the CTV National News Podcast, delivered nightly. Listen to Canada’s most trusted newscast featuring stories from here and around the world with a perspective that is distinctly Canadian and backed by the #1 news organization in Canada.... Show More

Episodes

June 3, 2020 24 min
Wednesday, June 3: New charges in the chokehold death of George Floyd; Canada's COVID-19 prognosis; and, hanging out with a humpback in the Old Port of Montreal.
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Tuesday, June 2: Is it a breaking point or a turning point for the U.S.?; 21 seconds of silence that spoke volumes; and, the consequences of a COVID-19 miscommunication.
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June 1, 2020 24 min
Tuesday, June 1: Strong-armed tactics as a grieving brother pleads for peace; a major COVID-19 outbreak linked to one farm; and, a med school graduate making history.
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May 29: Ex-cop charged in George Floyd's death amid protests
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Thursday, May 28: A major setback in New Brunswick's coronavirus fight; dramatic changes at your next dental visit; and, anguish after a mysterious fall in Toronto.
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Wednesday, May 27: Quebec's dire recruitment drive and Ontario's 11th-hour takeover; a B.C. court rules against Meng Wanzhou; and, the comics channelling homegrown COVID comedy.
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Tuesday, May 26: A reckoning for Ontario's long-term care homes; a deadly choke-hold on an unarmed black man; and, carving a path to the NHL playoffs.
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May 25, 2020 24 min
Monday, May 25: Loosening the lockdown on testing in Ontario; negotiating a sick pay safety net for all Canadians; and, the prospect of working remotely from home full-time.
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Sunday, May 24:  Ontario expands testing, but struggles with crowd control and the final journey home for an inspirational Snowbird
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Friday, May 22: CTV News goes inside a Quebec care home recovering from a COVID-19 outbreak; calls for effective contact tracing of COVID-19 cases across the country; and how advertisers are adjusting to the new reality.
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Two of the hardest-hit provinces are falling short of their COVID-19 testing goals; Canadians are furious as airlines deny refunds for flights cancelled due to the pandemic; and the rush to study vitamin D’s possible role in the fight against COVID-19.
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Canadian public health officials now recommend wearing non-medical masks; the UN is urging Canada to rescue an orphan trapped in Syria; and the class of 2020 is trying to salvage graduation dreams spoiled by the pandemic
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Ontario schools will stay closed; the closure of the Canada-U.S. border to non-essential travel has been extended for another month; and a Toronto massage parlour attack is now being prosecuted as an act of terrorism
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Monday, May 18: The Snowbirds are searching for answers in the plane crash that killed Capt. Jennifer Casey; parents without child care are facing challenges as provinces slowly reopen; and new research shows that the drug Elmiron can have serious side effects such as eye damage.
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Friday, May 15: Air Canada is cutting 20,000 jobs as the pandemic batters the airline industry; COVID-19 has caused a steep drop in the number of home sales this spring; and, Alberta Wine Ninjas lift spirits with secret doorstop deliveries.
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Thursday, May 14: Excitement and apprehension as businesses start to reopen; Brazil becomes the new COVID-19 hotspot; and, a sewing collective turns from high fashion to face masks.
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May 13, 2020 23 min
Wednesday, May 13: Canada's first antibody test marks a step forward in its COVID-19 response; horse farms struggle to care for their animals in financial crunch; and, Canadian Broadway star Nick Cordero awakens from a weeks-long coma.
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May 12, 2020 23 min
Tuesday, May 12: Canada’s seniors share their stories of life during the pandemic; Bryan Adams apologizes for a racist tirade; and, profiles of compassion and self-sacrifice for National Nursing Week.
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Monday, May 11: A lesson in risk assessment as some schools reopen in Quebec; U.S. President Donald Trump demands West Wing staffers wear masks after two people contract COVID-19; and, a ‘bale’ out for an Olympic hopeful in Alberta.
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Friday, May 8: The death toll from COVID-19 at a single Quebec long-term care home hits 40; Alberta’s plan to get back to business gets complicated by a regional divide on risk; and, marking VE-Day with the first-hand accounts of Canadian veterans.
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