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Wrap your day with the world’s biggest stories. From the CBC News teams behind ‘The World at Six’ and ‘The World This Weekend’ comes a vibrant evening news program, updated seven days a week. Hosts Susan Bonner, Tom Harrington and Stephanie Skenderis sort out what's real, what's relevant and what’s truly new, from a Canadian perspective. We offer context, analysis and surprise — all in about 20 mins. We set the bar on the daily news catch-up, going deeper and further on news stories that spe ...
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CBC News' Chief Correspondent Peter Mansbridge hosts The National Mobile weekdays at 6:00 p.m. (ET). It's a unique and dynamic digest of the days top stories for people who are on the go and online, and a preview of what's coming up on The National.
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PrimeTime Politics with Michael Serapio

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PrimeTime Politics is a comprehensive round-up of the day in Canadian politics, from breaking stories to developments on longstanding issues. Key moments, feature interviews, panels, in-depth analysis and more. It’s the day in an hour. Michael Serapio is a renowned television anchor and reporter, whose broadcasting career has spanned more than two decades of covering some of the most challenging news stories in real time. In addition to being the face of CPAC's live programming, he hosts the ...
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Justice Minister and Attorney General of Canada Arif Virani discusses the government's long-awaited online harms legislation, which he tabled in the House of Commons on Monday.Canada's Ambassador to the United Nations Bob Rae reflects on Canada's support for Ukraine as it marks two years since Russia's invasion.…
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Aiming for a safer online experience. The federal government says its law will limit content that sexualizes children, incites violence or qualifies as hate speech. Also: Alberta plans to opt out of any national pharmacare program and wants to be compensated for it. Plus: Breathable. Lightweight. And see-through? Major League Baseball's new uniform…
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Tens of thousands of Ukrainian soldiers have died since Russia invaded two years ago. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his country can win - with aid from western allies. Also: U.S. officials say there has been progress on a possible hostage deal and temporary ceasefire in Gaza - but Israel says its demands must be met for any deal to go through.…
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Two years ago, Russia launched a full scale invasion into Ukraine. We take you to Kyiv, where Ukrainians are honoring those they've lost - and western leaders pledge further support. Also: Doctors and pharmacist across Canada say the deal for a national pharmacare deal is a big step forward - but have concerns that some treatments may be left out. …
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The governing Liberals strike a pharmacare deal with the NDP that includes contraception and diabetes medication. Also: The demise of Lynx exposes the struggles of discount airlines in Canada. Plus: As the war in Ukraine enters a third year, the U.S., Canada, and Europe impose hundreds of new sanctions to try again to hobble Russia’s economy and st…
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At Issue this week: The federal Liberals are set to announce a bill to make the internet safer for kids, something the Opposition says limits free speech. Quebec asks for $1 billion to handle the growing costs of asylum seekers. Plus, the head of the firm at the centre of the ArriveCan affair summoned to Parliament.…
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The first private mission to the moon features Canadian technology. It’s been 50 years since an American spacecraft made a lunar landing and NASA hopes to get some important science done. Plus: President Biden meets with Alexei Navalny’s widow and daughter and once again blames Vladimir Putin for the opposition leader’s death. Also: Preparing for a…
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Fake videos and images are everywhere and many of us have been fooled by them. Now hundreds of experts say more should be done to stop the proliferation. Also: The future of fertility treatments in the U.S. could be in question after an Alabama court declares frozen embryos are children. Plus: Baleen whales are at risk because ocean noise pollution…
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Journalists Robert Fife (The Globe and Mail), Catherine Lévesque (The National Post) and Joël-Denis Bellavance (La Presse) weigh in on the week's top political stories, including the planned return of the self-styled 'Freedom Convoy' movement to Ottawa for a weekend demonstration.Multi-Olympic medallist turned senator Marnie McBean discusses her no…
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This fall, Acadia University will welcome 25 students to a new Africentric bachelor of education program. It's for African Nova Scotian support workers who want to upgrade to become teachers. It's a new path to increasing the number of Black teachers in the province's schools. Sylvia Parris-Drummond of the Delmore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute an…
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71-year-old Dan Webb was walking his dog near the Canada Games Centre, when the next thing he knew, he was falling. He’d stepped into a partially uncovered manhole and was plunged into the abyss. Finding himself at the bottom of a deep hole, with ice cold water up to his neck, there was no help in sight...until Colleen Pachal came along. They both …
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At Issue this week: Canada’s auditor general finds 'glaring disregard' for the rules in how the Liberal government commissioned the ArriveCan app during the pandemic. Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says the government will build roads. And a Liberal MP rips his government’s approach to the conflict in the Gaza Strip in a private call.…
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Political observers Susan Smith (Liberal), Tim Powers (Conservative) and Anne McGrath weigh in on the week's top political stories, including controversy over a secret recording of parliamentary secretary Rob Oliphant criticizing his government’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war.David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data, discusses his latest poll, which sh…
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The World Health Organization says loneliness and social isolation are widespread around the globe. Both are increasingly being recognized as a threat to our physical and mental health. A recent study published in the JAMA Network Open points to the importance of reducing both for people with obesity. Our house Doctor Peter Lin explains.…
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We've spoken a lot these past couple of weeks about Halifax's decision to evict people living in tents at five sites around the city. On Tuesday, we had a conversation with Canada's Federal Housing Advocate, Marie-Josée Houle. Her new report says that forced evictions violate international human rights law. To follow up, we've reached Eric Weissman…
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If you stop by the Dalhousie Art Gallery this month, you'll see a couple exhibitions of photographs that bring Black lives to the forefront. 'As We Rise: Photography from the Black Atlantic' is a travelling exhibition by Black photographers of Black subjects... a collection of the familiar and the familial. Allen D. Crooks is a photographer and his…
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Joël-Denis Bellavance, Ottawa bureau chief for La Presse, shares his latest reporting on GC Strategies, the firm behind the controversial ArriveCan app. Canadian Health Coalition chair Pauline Worsfold explains why her organization wants a universal single-payer pharmacare program.David Levinthal, editor-in-chief of Raw Story, discusses the road to…
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The Littlest Hobo, a procedural called Wojeck and the sitcom, The King of Kensington. Some of the shows made during this era are hard to find these days. Media studies professor Jennifer VanderBurgh is concerned that we're in danger of losing a lot of the cultural memory associated with them. She tells us about her new book on this, What Television…
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Members of Parliament have invited several top executives from BCE Inc. and Bell Canada to testify later this month about the company's decision to cut about nine per cent of its workforce this year. It's also planning to sell 45 of its 103 regional radio stations, including five in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Brian Daly is an assistant professo…
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Canada's Federal Housing Advocate Marie-Josée Houle discusses her new report on homeless encampments, which she calls a national crisis.Neil Ellis, the mayor of Belleville, Ont., outlines the help his community needs as it grapples with an overdose crisis caused by a poisonous drug supply.Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux explains the findin…
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A new report comes out today, Feb. 13, with a call to action for the federal government, asking for a national strategy to help people living rough in Canada. Marie-Josée Houle joins us to discuss the report, and what it says about considering the human rights of people living in tent encampments
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Canadian singer Jully Black is coming to Halifax in March. She'll be on stage, but not in the role you might expect. She's not singing...but she's the keynote speaker at an event being organized by Black Girls Gather. It supports Black women grads going into, or already in the labour market. Founder Shakira Weatherdon shares the details.…
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