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Global National: September 21

Russia's war on Ukraine is escalating, as Russian President Vladimir Putin announces a partial mobilization of his country's military reserves, while strongly implying he's ready to use nuclear weapons. What this could mean for the conflict, and how Ukraine and its Western allies are responding. Saskatchewan's chief coroner says two public inquests will be held into this month's deadly stabbing rampage. What the inquests' juries will hear, what they won't determine, and how long victims' families will have to wait for some answers. More of Canada's COVID-19 travel mandates are departing. When travellers can expect use of ArriveCAN and vaccine requirements to ease. Plus, the funeral is held for Const. Andrew Hong, the Toronto police officer gunned down in a shooting spree. How his family is remembering him. And meet Nova Scotia's 'Coupon Nannie,' who's helping people cut down on their grocery expenses.