On this episode of World Nationwide: British Columbia is getting assist from fireplace crews from the Maritimes, New Mexico and the Canadian army to battle wildfires raging throughout the province. Paul Johnson reviews on an particularly troubling blaze in B.C.’s wine nation, which has displaced a whole lot of residents and vacationers.
In the meantime, wildfires are additionally burning in Manitoba and Ontario, serving as a graphic reminder of the implications of local weather change. Eric Sorensen reviews on the warnings from scientists concerning the fireplace dangers and prices dealing with Canada.
WestJet, Canada’s second largest airline, has pulled the plug on negotiations with Ottawa over a COVID-19 reduction bundle. Anne Gaviola explains why and the turbulence the choice is inflicting for patrons.
Plus, a former Afghan interpreter who helped Canadian troops one decade in the past says he is being hunted by the Taliban. Mike Armstrong explains how Canadian veterans try to assist folks like him and their households.
And because the pandemic overshadows the beginning of the Tokyo Olympics, Workforce Canada has scored some early successes. Crystal Goomansingh reviews on the ladies to be careful for as Canada competes in Olympics like no different.
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