CBC News: The National | New House Speaker, Rail delays, AI debate

Oct. 3, 2023 | The House of Commons elects Quebec Liberal MP Greg Fergus as Speaker while the U.S. House of Representatives votes to oust theirs. A CN Rail system outage strands thousands of Toronto commuters. Plus, artificial intelligence is coming for your job, but is it a threat or an opportunity?

00:00 The National for Oct. 3, 2023
01:05 Wab Kinew elected as Manitoba’s 1st First Nations premier
04:15 House elects Quebec Liberal MP Greg Fergus as Speaker
07:35 Kevin McCarthy ousted as U.S. House Speaker
09:46 CN Rail outage stands thousands of commuters
12:00 Tourist bus falls off overpass in Venice, Italy
12:27 India reportedly kicking out 41 Canadian diplomats
13:09 Former RCMP director allegedly leaked secret to criminals
15:02 Pope writes that blessings for same-sex unions possible
17:09 Couple killed by grizzly bear were experienced hikers
18:47 150 wild horses died on Sable Island last winter
19:15 Data suggests more adults taking ADHD medication
22:13 Truckload of celery spills on busy Toronto highway
22:36 32 km/h speed limit becomes political issue in Wales
24:56 The Breakdown
25:09 Artificial Intelligence: threat vs. opportunity
35:53 Preparing for a future of work with AI
42:38 The Moment | Bone marrow connection

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