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Global National: April 11, 2024 | Canadian marathoner ends lifelong journey of honouring Terry Fox

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Eddy Nolan of Montreal has ran Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope for 43 years, raising $1 million for cancer research. But the 67-year-old runner has cancer and will have a medically assisted death. Mike Armstrong looks at Nolan's incredible strength and determination over decades of remarkable contributions.

Canada's financial crimes watchdog has given many banking and real estate companies a failing grade when it comes to detecting the dirty business of money laundering. Anne Gaviola explains what's behind the shortcomings.

Bell Canada Enterprises Inc. CEO Mirko Bibic has testified before the House of Commons heritage committee, defending his company's largest layoffs in decades. Eric Sorensen looks at the combative exchanges, the accusations of greed and why one expert says the job cuts signal a need for innovation in Canadian journalism.

The Native Women's Association of Canada (NWAC) is not only struggling after laying off half of its workforce and losing tens of millions in federal funding, it is also facing toxic workplace allegations and criticism of overspending. Melissa Ridgen explains why some critics say the NWAC has lost its way as a powerful advocacy group.

Plus, O.J. Simpson, the former NFL star and actor who became the central figure in the "trial of the century," where he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, has died of cancer at the age of 76. Mike Drolet looks at Simpson's complex and controversial legacy and reaction to his downfall and death.

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