CBC News: The National | Ontario education workers, Amoxycillin shortage, U.S. midterms



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Nov. 7, 2022 | Ontario education workers head back to class after Doug Ford promises to repeal controversial strike-busting legislation. Doctors and parents struggle with shortages of another important children’s medication. Plus, the key issues to watch in the 2022 U.S. midterms.

00:00 The National for Nov. 7, 2022
00:42 Ontario education worker strike ends
03:48 Emergencies Act inquiry: Doug Ford won't testify
04:14 Emergencies Act inquiry: Windsor blockade response
06:32 Last day of campaigning ahead of U.S. midterms
07:23 U.S. midterms seen as referendum on Biden
10:18 Races to watch in Tuesday's U.S. midterms
12:35 COP27 opens with a dire climate warning
15:05 Health ministers in Vancouver to talk funding
17:17 B.C. on track to pass 2,000 toxic drug deaths
17:44 Concerns about Amoxycillin shortage
19:48 Bill 21 challenged in Quebec's Court of Appeal
23:02 What's at stake in the 2022 U.S. midterms
30:37 Abortion rights on the ballot in Michigan
38:43 Honouring Indigenous veterans with headstones
43:22 The Moment | Community dolphin rescue

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