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Global national: dec. 9, 2022 | winnipeg police pressured to search for murdered indigenous women

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In tonight’s top story: Winnipeg police are facing growing pressure to search a landfill north of the city for the remains of murdered Indigenous women. The force says it’s not easily done, but it has been done before. Melissa Ridgen hears from a retired RCMP investigator who worked on the case of serial killer Robert Pickton in British Columbia.

And the premiers and the federal government are once again fighting over health-care cash. Mackenzie Gray explains the provincial pleas and Ottawa’s ultimatum.

Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine campaign is getting another boost. There’s a new shot in the arm Health Canada just approved for kids aged five to 11.

As the fighting in Ukraine’s Donetsk region ramps up, the country’s defence ministry is taking to Twitter to thank Canada for its help. Crystal Goomansign reports how it used the sounds of a famous Canadian rock band to send the message.

There is fresh frustration in the fight to resettle Afghan refugees. Neetu Garcha examines why a program Ottawa just launched has already stopped accepting applicants.

Plus, we have the magical story of why Los Angeles County officials have issued a “unicorn licence” to a young girl.

And in Saskatchewan, Heather Yourex-West explains how bringing holiday cheer to some Indigenous children is a cinch, when you’re the dancer known as the Powwow Grinch.

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