London, Ont., attack, Vaccine equity, Fairy Creek logging | The National for June 7, 2021

Canada’s Muslim community is reeling after four members of a Muslim family in London, Ont., were killed in what police are calling a potential hate crime. How COVID-19 vaccine inequity between countries puts the world at risk. And B.C. First Nations are calling for a stop to old-growth logging in Fairy Creek.

00:00 The National for June 7, 2021
01:29 Muslim family targeted in London, Ont., attack
09:12 Muslim community grieves, calls for action
11:14 Trudeau responds to London, Ont., attack
11:43 What we know about the London, Ont., attack suspect
13:55 Man gets 8 years for killing of Indigenous woman
16:11 Calls to stop legal battle against FN children, survivors
16:49 Indigenous leaders seek papal apology
19:07 Calls for Ryerson University to change its name
19:39 COVID-19 in Canada: daily new cases
20:09 Ontario, Quebec accelerate reopening plans
22:20 Talks about reopening the U.S.-Canada border
23:40 Old-growth logging in Fairy Creek
26:21 London, Ont. attack a suspected hate crime
26:57 Mustafa Farooq: National Council of Canadian Muslims
30:37 The global threat of COVID-19 vaccine inequality
39:52 Need for postpartum mental health support grows
42:26 Tributes for Muslim family killed in London, Ont.


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