CBC News: The National | Iran protests, Car thefts, Maternal deaths

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Oct. 3, 2022 | Iran intensifies its crackdown on protests following the death of Mahsa Amini. Toronto police are trying to curb a shocking rise in car thefts. Doctors are voicing concern that Canada has a significant undercount of maternal deaths.

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00: 00 The National for Oct. 3, 2022
00: 50 Legault’s CAQ projected to win majority in Quebec
02: 56 Canada imposes new sanctions on Iran
03: 34 Iran crackdowns on protests as international support grows
06: 11 Indonesia soccer stampede investigation
06: 49 Many still without power in Atlantic Canada after Fiona
09: 46 Devastation in Florida after Hurrican Ian
12: 16 Drought conditions raising concerns in B.C.
14: 28 Deal to return land to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
16: 53 U.K. changes plan to cut taxes on the wealthy
20: 00 Svante Paabo wins Nobel prize for medicine
20: 35 Staggering spike in car thefts in Toronto
23: 59 Iran protests: How we got to this point
27: 28 Iranian women’s rights activist: Shaparak Shajarizadeh
31: 26 Experts sound alarm about maternal deaths
40: 22 Activist Sacheen Littlefeather dead at 75
40: 57 ‘Bros’ and the new wave of queer storytelling
40: 17 The Moment | The joy of free flowers

Correction: At 36: 16 in this program, a graphic incorrectly displays the wrong number of recorded maternal deaths in Canada. According to the reporter, 523, is the correct number.

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