Global National: Nov. 29, 2022 | RCMP investigates alleged interference in Canada’s democracy

Global national: nov. 29, 2022 | rcmp investigates alleged interference in canada's democracy

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RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki confirmed an ongoing investigation of “interference in democratic processes,” in a letter to the House of Commons committee studying allegations of foreign interference. Mackenzie Gray explains how the RCMP’s statement relates to China’s alleged financial meddling of Canada’s 2019 federal election.

Then, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith gave her first throne speech since replacing Jason Kenney as the province’s leader, introducing the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act. Heather-Yourex West breaks down the controversial act, what has been omitted since its original proposal and how the announcement ties into the UCP’s looming election campaign.

More than 2,000 plants, animals, fish and other wildlife in Canada are at some level of risk of extinction, according to a troubling new report released by the federal and provincial governments. Marney Blunt details the findings of the study, which come as Montreal gets ready to host the COP15 biodiversity meeting.

Plus, a police program created by two military veterans has been launched nationwide, in an effort to help other veterans heal off the battlefield. Mercedes Stephenson speaks with the Toronto police constables who created the program about how it came to be, and how their time in the military-inspired them to help other comrades get the support they deserve.

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