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CBC News: The National | Interest rate hike, N.S. shooter details, Vaccine boosters
July 13, 2022 | Canada’s largest interest rate hike in more than 20 years. Stunning revelations at the inquiry into the Nova Scotia mass shooting. Plus, experts weigh in on when to get a fourth COVID-19 vaccine shot.
Correction: At 15:13 in the program, an on-screen graphic incorrectly states that three candidates remain in the race to replace Boris Johnson. In fact, six candidates are in the running as of July 13, 2022.
00:00 The National for July 13, 2022
00:57 Bank of Canada hikes interest rates to 2.5%
04:46 Higher interest rates a challenge for farmers
07:04 Inflation hits 40-year high in the U.S.
07:27 Nova Scotia gunman's spouse details abuse
10:06 Ontario expands eligibility for 4th COVID-19 shots
12:37 Trudeau defends Nord Stream 1 turbine exemption
14:43 Deal to free up blocked Ukrainian grains exports
15:13 The race to replace Boris Johnson begins
17:24 Unrest in Sri Lanka, president flees the country
19:36 CBC/Radio-Canada to appeal CRTC ruling
21:14 Census shows more Canadians living with roommates
24:14 When should you get your 4th COVID-19 vaccine?
29:48 Marketplace puts dollar store bargains to the test
38:25 Toronto Blue Jays fire manager Charlie Montoyo
40:41 Calgary Stampede Powwow at the Saddledome
43:17 The Moment: Mount Pearl soccer camp
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