Global National: March 27

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has delayed his controversial plans to overhaul the government's judicial system, following mass protests across the country. The turmoil across Israel, the events fuelling further anger, and where the conflict could be heading. In its budget for 2023, the federal government is expected to unveil a "grocery rebate" aimed at helping 11 million Canadian households afford basic necessities amid soaring food inflation. Who qualifies, how much money is being given, and what economists are saying the measure really is. Three children and three adults have been killed in a mass shooting at a private, Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tenn. We report on who the 28-year-old shooter was, the connection to the school, and the reignited calls to ban assault weapons in the U.S. In Saskatchewan, two Indigenous sisters have been granted conditional bail after being behind bars for nearly 30 years for a murder they say they didn't commit, while a federal review of the case unfolds. A look at the long journey for justice for Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance, and the high-profile advocates fighting for them along the way. Plus, powerful and poignant tributes in Edmonton. The regimental funeral for two fallen police officers, Constables Brett Ryan and Travis Jordan, and the fond memories shared of them.