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Global National: Oct. 4

MPs of all political stripes have grilled Hockey Canada's past and present senior executives about how the organization handled sex abuse allegations, which included payouts using secret slush funds. How those executives became defensive, their denials, and their claims Hockey Canada is the real victim. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a $300 million relief fund for Fiona-ravaged Atlantic Canada. The questions about who might qualify for the aid. Calls are growing louder for the government to stop calling in the military when a natural disaster strikes. What the head of the Canadian Red Cross says needs to happen instead. More people are standing up for women's rights and against Iran's regime, after Mahsa Amini died in the custody of Iran's "morality police." How the movement is gaining momentum and where it could be headed. Plus, forgotten tragedies: the grim reminder of the thousands of Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people who never came home, as efforts grow to focus more attention on them. And from a coal miner's daughter to the queen of country music: the incredible legacy of legendary singer Loretta Lynn, who has died at the age of 90.