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Global National: March 14, 2024 | ArriveCAN contractor says he was “not involved” in development

A day after his business partner testified before a House of Commons committee, it was now Darren Anthony’s turn on the hot seat. The federal government paid his company, GC Strategies, millions to create the controversial ArriveCAN app. Abigail Bimman shows you how Anthony bewildered MPs with his answers, including whether he read the auditor general’s blistering assessment of the app and why he just didn’t seem credible.

Febrio De-Zoysa, the 19-year-old charged with six counts of first-degree murder after a mass killing in the Ottawa suburb of Barrhaven, has appeared briefly in court and is being held in protective custody. Mackenzie Gray reports on what the Crown and defence agreed to, why it takes months for the trial to begin and why the Crown had to resubmit the charges.

Finding food, shelter and medicine is nearly impossible for the 1.5 million people believed to be sheltering in Rafah, Gaza. Crystal Goomansingh speaks with a Canadian who helped deliver some aid to Gaza and says far more is needed. Crystal also explains why U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is criticizing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Jacques Delisle, a former Quebec Court of Appeal judge, has now pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife, Marie Nicole Rainville. Delisle was originally convicted in 2012 of the first-degree murder of Rainville, who died in 2009. Mike Armstrong breaks down the complicated case, the lengthy legal battle that’s finally over and what will happen to Delisle.

The British Columbia government is committing $70 million to help the province’s wineries recover from years of climate-induced crop losses, a growing problem plaguing grape growers across Canada. Neetu Garcha looks at the recent struggles of B.C.’s winemakers, who say their losses are so severe that the survival of the industry is at stake.

SpaceX’s Starship rocket exploded while trying to re-enter the Earth’s orbit, but the test flight is still being celebrated as a success for going farther and faster than previous attempts. Mike Drolet looks at what SpaceX is trying to achieve immediately and in the future of space exploration.

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