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Global National: Dec. 8

Winnipeg police chief Danny Smyth is facing calls from the Indigenous community to resign over the decision not to search a landfill for the remains of three murdered Indigenous women. The anger, and how other police departments have performed searches that are more complex. Alberta's governing United Conservative Party has passed its controversial sovereignty act, but removed a provision which would have given Premier Danielle Smith extraordinary powers. Why the act is still causing controversy despite the changes, including how Indigenous leaders see the legislation as a threat to their rights. WNBA star Brittney Griner has been released from a Russian prison in exchange for arms dealer Viktor Bout. How former U.S. marine Paul Whelan, who's still languishing in a Russian prison, is reacting to not being a part of the deal. Plus, the planet's oldest DNA: how a Canadian geoscientist helped unearth a two-million-year-old ecosystem in Greenland. And Harry and Meghan: the buzz surrounding the couple's new Netflix series.