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Toronto’s interim police Chief James Ramer apologizes after a report reveals widespread, systemic racism in the force. The U.S. FDA votes to authorize two COVID-19 vaccines for kids five and under. Plus, how #Ukraine on TikTok can distort the story from the battlefield.

00:00 The National for June 15, 2022
01:06 Toronto’s police chief apologizes for systemic racism
05:10 ‘We do not accept your apology,’ activist tells chief
06:24 Toronto Police report on race-based data
07:05 Former senior military officer Trevor Cadieu charged
07:27 Man. First Nations receive $2.5M to search for remains
10:05 Optimism about Pope’s upcoming visit to Canada
10:41 U.S FDA backs 2 COVID-19 shots for kids under 5
13:07 U.S Federal Reserve hikes benchmark interest rate
15:05 Rising interest rates cool Canada’s housing market
17:40 B.C. anti-money laundering report recommendations
20:10 Search for missing woman near Kelowna creek
21:29 Toronto Police systemic racism | Lawyer Knia Singh
26:17 U.S. announces $1B in military aid for Ukraine
26:52 Russia destroys last bridge in Severodonetsk, Ukraine
27:19 Russia’s war in Ukraine: Hope and fear in Kharkiv
32:45 Ukraine on TikTok: What a disinformation expert sees
40:26 Canada Post stamps honour Indigenous leaders
43:03 The Moment: Internet Explorer retirement

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