CBC News: The National | Pope’s apology, Deadly B.C. shootings, Rogers outage questions

Pope Francis makes a historic apology for the abuses carried out in Catholic-run residential schools. Three people are dead following a series of shootings in Langley, B.C. Plus, the head of Rogers answers for his network’s countrywide outage.

Correction: A previous version of this program contained a map with incorrect location information about Langley, B.C. shootings.

00:00 The National for July 25, 2022
01:20 Pope’s apology prompts mixed emotions
07:43 Catholics react to Pope’s apology
10:44 3 killed in shootings in Langley, B.C.
12:26 Murder charges after Whistler, B.C. shootings
12:42 RCMP head denies political interference
14:54 Hockey Canada releases action plan
15:28 Rogers CEO grilled about recent outage
17:47 Crews battle wildfires in Newfoundland
18:06 Eastern Ontario cleans up after severe storm
18:24 Emissions extension for oil and gas sector
20:33 Stephen Harper endorses Pierre Poilievre
22:00 Former AFN chief Phil Fontaine on Pope’s apology
29:25 Indigenous youth reflect on Pope’s apology
37:09 Myanmar pro-democracy activists executed
39:48 Inside the steam plant heating downtown Vancouver
43:03 Sights and sounds from the Pope’s apology

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