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.

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May 19, 2022 23 min

May 18, 2022: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced he would step down as leader of the UCP after narrowly winning a leadership review; Canadian families are getting hit hard with rising inflation costs; and, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall join the Ukrainian community in prayer.

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May 17: Prince Charles and Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, meet with Indigenous delegates after landing in Ottawa; U.S. President Joe Biden visits the Buffalo mass shooting memorial site; and, a Rubik's cube master from Quebec has caught global attention for solving a three-by-three cube in 15.86 seconds, while blindfolded.

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May 16 2022: The suspect of the Buffalo shooting deliberately targeted an area with a high Black population, authorities say; the Brampton, Ont. driver who killed a mother and her three daughters is sentenced to 17 years in prison; and, the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers are squaring off in the NHL playoffs for the first time in 31 years.

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May 13, 2022: The surge in gas prices continues to increase across the country, meanwhile a man who fatally stabbed his father gets new trial due.

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May 11, 2022: A class-action lawsuit has been launched after gymnasts in B.C came forward alleging years of abuse; Conservative leadership candidates go head-to-head in their first official debate; and, a private plane leaving the Bahamas made an emergency landing performed by a passenger after the pilot became ill.

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May 10, 2022: Doctors across Canada are puzzled over multiple cases of hepatitis being found in children with an unknown origin; Alberta has challenged Ottawa's impact assessment act, saying it violates a province’s resource control rights; and, a woman from Texas spends US$35 at local goodwill, and brings home a 2,000-year-old Roman artifact.

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May 10, 2022 23 min

May 9, 2022: Police say a corrections officer involved in a convict escape has died from self-inflicted injuries, the average price of gas expected to spike to $2/L soon; and, Andy Warhol’s 1964 iconic silk screen shot of Marilyn Monroe shatters records at auction. 

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May 9, 2022 23 min

May 8: During a surprise trip to Ukraine, Prime Minister Trudeau pledges more money and arms; G7 leaders move to ban Russian oil imports; and a CTV News reporter finds out what his mother thinks of his new 'Mom tattoo.’ 

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Friday, May 6: A natural gas leak caused an explosion at a Cuban hotel that killed at least 22, meanwhile gas prices continue to soar in Canada.

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May 6, 2022 23 min

Thursday, May 5: Human remains found in Toronto dumpster are that of a little girl, police confirmed; lineups at passport offices across the country are forcing people to camp out overnight or pay others to wait in line for them; and, why artist Samantha Woz paints with sports equipment like hockey pucks and cleats rather than paint brushes.

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May 4, 2022: A Roe v. Wade reversal would allow 26 states to ban abortion, affecting 36 million American women; Ukraine has begun to utilize 3D printed drones that are armed with explosives; and, a Blue Jays fan who caught a home run ball gifts it to a young Yankees fan.

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May 3, 2022: A leaked document from the U.S. Supreme Court threatens abortion rights; U.S. Intelligence sources say further annexation can be expected in parts of Ukraine by the Russian military; and, Canada’s Mattea Roach wins 21 games in a row on ‘Jeopardy!’.

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Monday, May 2: Steel plant survivors describe being trapped during the invasion, meanwhile staff shortages at airports are causing delays.

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April 30, 2022 23 min

Friday, April 29: Four Royal Military College cadets were killed in an incident in Kingston, Ont.; the ‘Rolling Thunder’ biker convoy arrives in downtown Ottawa; and, a blind senior is granted his life-long wish to see Maple Leafs play with help of special glasses.

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April 29, 2022 23 min

Thursday, April 28: Canada's 'discriminatory' blood ban is replaced by screening based on sexual behaviour for all donors; explosions rock Kyiv again as Russians rain fire on Ukraine; and, 260,000 medical masks have been recycled for furniture, playground material thanks to an Ontario college.

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Canada’s population of seniors is growing according to new census data; Russia and the U.S. carry out a prisoner swap amid escalating tensions between the two countries; and, a replica of a Canadian car that predates the Ford Model T is unveiled. 

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April 27, 2022 23 min

Tuesday, April 26: Effective immediately, Ryerson University will be called Toronto Metropolitan University; parts of Ukraine were pummelled by Russian aerial strikes again on Tuesday; and, Barney of ‘Barney & Friends’ has a message for fans 30 years after his show first aired in 1992.

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Monday, April 25: Tesla CEO Elon Musk has reached an agreement to buy Twitter for roughly US$44 billion; Russian attacks in Ukraine push further east; and, a private crew of wealthy businessmen have returned from a trip to the International Space Station.

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April 23, 2022 23 min

Friday, April 22: Hockey legend Guy Lafleur has died at the age of 70 after a battle with cancer; a tour inside a former B.C. residential school; and, a new tool to send satellites into orbit.

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April 22, 2022 23 min

Thursday, April 21: Russian President Vladimir Putin claims victory in Mariupol; a new breakthrough in the case of Madeleine McCann; and, revitalizing Ottawa's "Block 2."

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