April 3, 2022 | Outrage and grief as Ukraine accuses Russia of a massacre in Kyiv’s suburbs. CBC News learns Ottawa will unveil a plan to bring affordable high-speed internet to low-income Canadians. Plus, honouring music legend Joni Mitchell.

00:00 The National for April 3, 2022
01:09 Ukraine accuses Russia of massacre
02:31 CBC News goes into Bucha, Ukraine
07:36 Investigating war crimes in Ukraine
08:33 Russia attacks port city of Odesa
10:48 Viktor Orban claims victory in Hungary
13:39 Expanding access to high-speed internet
15:53 Ontario expected to cut gas tax
16:19 Rising COVID-19 cases in Canada
18:38 Muslims gather in person for Ramadan
20:48 Mass shooting in downtown Sacramento
23:27 Indigenous delegates return from Rome
25:27 Couple loses $10K wire transfer | Go Public
28:37 Zelensky makes an appearance at Grammys
29:23 Paying tribute to Joni Mitchell
37:28 Canadians being priced out by ‘renoviction’
44:03 The Moment: Lowry returns to Toronto

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