CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme podcast

CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme

CTV News

CTV National News is Canada's most-watched national news program. Now you can stay up date with CTV’s Chief News Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme Monday to Friday with the CTV National News Podcast, delivered nightly. Listen to Canada’s most trusted newscast featuring stories from here and around the world with a perspective that is distinctly Canadian and backed by the #1 news organization in Canada.

100 Episodes

  • CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme podcast

    Fatal prop gun shooting on film set

    23:24

    Friday, Oct. 22: Alec Baldwin didn’t know a prop gun held a live round when he fatally shot one person and injured another, according to an affidavit; Ontario unveils its long-term plan to lift COVID-19 restrictions; and, a teacher helps to preserve the Ojibwe language for future generations.
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    Ottawa unveils vaccine passport plan

    23:30

    Thursday, Oct. 20: The federal government says standardized vaccine passports for international travel are being issued by provinces and territories; a team searches for potential unmarked graves of Indigenous patients at a former hospital; and, a Canadian musician take the top prize at one of the world’s most prestigious piano competitions.
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    Canada’s high cost of living

    23:50

    Wednesday, Oct. 20: Canadian consumers feel the pinch on everything from gas to groceries; the Queen takes time off work on the advice of doctors; and, the long-awaited return of Canada’s NBA team to home court.
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    Historic wins in Alberta municipal elections

    23:27

    Tuesday, Oct. 19: Jyoti Gondek is the first woman elected as Calgary’s mayor, while Amarjeet Sohi becomes the first racialized mayor of Edmonton; supply-chain woes add urgency to the holiday shopping season; and, an ancient sword that may have belonged to a crusading knight is pulled from the waters off Israel.
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    Trudeau apologizes to Indigenous leaders he snubbed

    23:09

    Monday, Oct. 18: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets Indigenous leaders in B.C. to apologize for not showing up on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; the FBI lands in Haiti to help free an abducted group of missionaries that includes one Canadian; and, Gov. Gen. Mary May Simon strengthens ties overseas on her first international trip.
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    Fuel found in Iqaluit water tank

    23:09

    Friday, Oct. 15: Tests reveal high concentrations of fuel in a tank that supplies water to Iqaluit; a Winnipeg taxi driver faces charges after a woman is dragged behind the cab; and, remarkable images of polar bears earn a Canadian photographer recognition in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
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    Top military commander wants his job back

    23:27

    Thursday, Oct. 14: Admiral Art McDonald says he should be reinstated as commander of the Canadian Armed Forces in an exclusive broadcast interview; violence erupts in Lebanon over an investigation into last year’s port explosion; and, paying tribute to Alanis Obomsawin, an Indigenous artist who has advocated for social justice over her decades-long career.
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    U.S. land border to reopen to fully vaccinated Canadians

    23:24

    Wednesday, Oct. 13: Fully vaccinated Canadians get ready to cross the U.S. land border in early November; COVID-19 pushes Saskatchewan’s ICUs to the breaking point; and, the late Christopher Plummer, who put his stamp on Hollywood and Broadway, is honoured by Canada Post.
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    Iqaluit residents told not to drink tap water

    23:25

    Tuesday, Oct. 12: Iqaluit declares state of emergency as residents told not to drink tap water; a rapid rate of COVID-19 infections forces New Brunswick to move its hospitals into red alert; and, the northern lights put on a spectacular show over large parts of Canada and the U.S.
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    Canadian economist wins Nobel Prize

    23:29

    Monday, Oct. 11: Canadian economist David Card wins a Nobel Prize for his research challenging assumptions on raising the minimum wage; William Shatner prepares to explore the final frontier aboard Blue Origin; and, a Montreal artist embraces life through an exhausting art project after losing his life-partner in a car crash.

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