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Global National: Dec. 2

Retired corporal and former paralympian Christine Gauthier has shocked lawmakers by revealing she was offered medically assisted death by a Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) employee. Gauthier's account of the phone call with the VAC worker, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's reaction, and what advocates say needs to change. The federal government is considering a foreign agent registry to curb foreign influence. The potential implications of this strategy, as Global National anchor and executive editor Dawna Friesen asks Trudeau about the allegations China interfered in the 2019 Canadian federal election. Hate speech on Twitter has dramatically surged since Elon Musk took over the social media platform, despite his claims of cracking down on it. The flood of previously banned users returning, and how advertisers and governments are reacting. Plus, the calls for an accused serial killer in Winnipeg to be hit with hate crime charges. Also, explosive eruptions: the wonders and worries flowing from the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii. And who's smarter? Early birds or night owls? What University of Ottawa researchers have discovered.