The nine-year-old boy injured in an attack in London, Ont., is released from hospital as the man charged with killing the rest of his family faces terrorism charges. How concerned does Canada need to be about the delta variant? Plus, the Nova Scotia community trying to reach net-zero emissions.

00:00 The National for June 14, 2021
01:11 Boy injured in London, Ont. attack leaves hospital
01:57 London, Ont. charges upgraded to include terrorism
04:36 2 charged in RCMP officer’s death
05:03 Military’s 2nd-in-command resigns after golf game
07:44 Maj.-Gen. Fortin files legal challenge
08:31 Defending against the COVID-19 delta variant
11:18 Delta variant changes COVID-19 symptoms
12:50 B.C. set to lift more COVID-19 restrictions
13:20 Ontario to reopen border with Quebec, Manitoba
13:34 Alberta introduces a COVID-19 vaccine lottery
15:50 Canada to received 9M more vaccine doses
16:11 Indigenous birth names on official documents
18:29 NATO looks for ways to support Ukraine
21:44 CFL approves 14-game 2021 season
23:58 Pandemic creates backlog of driving tests
26:49 Tensions high ahead of Biden-Putin summit
32:39 Canadian race walking champion Evan Dunfee
40:49 Antigonish, N.S., aims to go net-zero
43:29 The Moment


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