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 Canadians cram into parks for long weekend — CBC News: The National | August 3, 2020CBC News: The National
23 hours ago
Canada's parks were a big draw over the August long weekend, with many locations filled to capacity. What's being done to ...
 Public health officials update Canadians on the coronavirus | August 4CBC News
9 hours ago
Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam and Dr. Howard Njoo, deputy chief public health officer, update Canadians on back-to ...
 New study suggests COVID-19 cases in Ontario much higher than reportedCBC News
10 hours ago
A new blood sample study suggests around one per cent of people in Ontario have already been exposed to COVID-19. Medical ...
 'Catastrophic wave of bankruptcies' is still to come, says small business ownerCBC News
yesterday
Even as provinces and territories reopen, small business owners say they are still struggling. Two business owners say they feel ...
 Lessons from Australia’s COVID-19 spike — CBC News: The National | August 2, 2020CBC News: The National
yesterday
Watch The National live on YouTube Sunday-Friday at 9 p.m. ET Subscribe to The National: ...
 Ontarians get a voluntary COVID-19 exposure app — CBC News: The National | July 31, 2020CBC News: The National
3 days ago
Ontarians get a voluntary COVID-19 exposure notification app. U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci testifies before ...
 Ontario school plan missing key recommendations from experts, teacher saysCBC News
3 days ago
Nancy Hanna, a mother and teacher living in Toronto, says she's concerned about the Ontario government's plan to reopen ...
 Trudeau testifies he ‘pushed back’ on WE contract — CBC News: The National | July 30, 2020CBC News: The National
4 days ago
Trudeau testifies before the finance committee on the WE charity controversy. At Issue is in tonight with their take on the heated ...
 Concerns emerge over accessibility of Canada's COVID-19 tracing appCBC News
yesterday
Users who download the app are alerted if they come into contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus — if ...
 Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai risks everything to take on BeijingCBC News: The National
yesterday
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has already taken huge risks by having his newspaper openly criticize Beijing, including the ...
 Why the federal government is moving CERB recipients onto EICBC News
4 days ago
Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough discusses the federal government's decision to move CERB recipients onto EI and reacts ...
 COVID-19 survivor says he is still recovering months after leaving hospitalCBC News
yesterday
Jay Chowdhury spent 25 days on a ventilator with COVID-19. He says even months later, he still experiences side effects.
 Here's who could be tapped to be Joe Biden's running mateCBC News
3 days ago
U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden promised to pick a female running mate, and in the wake of protests against police brutality ...
 Trudeau encourages Canadians to download COVID Alert appCBC News
4 days ago
The federal government's smartphone app will notify users if they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for ...
 WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for August 3 - Long Weekend & COVID, Plane Crash, Onion RecallCBC Vancouver
yesterday
Watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 with host Tina Lovgreen for the latest on the most important news stories happening across B.C. ...
 Ontario elementary students will go back to class full timeCBC News
5 days ago
Elementary students in Ontario will be heading back to school full time in September, the provincial government announced.
 Trudeau, chief of staff testify over WE Charity controversyCBC News
5 days ago
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is testifying before the House of Commons finance committee. The committee will also hear from his ...
 Start Streaming Hundreds of Shows, for Free, on CBC GemCBC
1 years ago
Stream full seasons of popular shows and exclusive series, all for free on CBC Gem. Home to titles like Schitt's Creek, Baroness ...
 WE staff say they were pressured to attend Morneau events — CBC News: The National | July 29, 2020CBC News: The National
5 days ago
Former WE employees say top executives pressured them to attend events hosted by Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
 Start Streaming Hundreds of Shows, for Free, on CBC GemCBC
1 years ago
Stream full seasons of popular shows and exclusive series, all for free on CBC Gem. Home to titles like Schitt's Creek, Baroness ...
 Chris Hadfield breaks down the SpaceX Dragon capsule's return to EarthCBC News
2 days ago
Canadian astronaut and former commander of the International Space Station Chris Hadfield outlines what NASA astronauts will ...
 COVID-19 cases continue to rise among CanadiansCBC News
7 days ago
The daily average count of reported COVID-19 cases among Canadians is rising, according to Chief Public Health Officer Dr.
 Provinces rolling out school reopening plansCBC News
6 days ago
British Columbia rolled out its plans for back to school, announcing that most students will return to class full time in September.
 Which Canadians would get the COVID-19 vaccine first?CBC News
3 days ago
When the first COVID-19 vaccines become available, there won't be enough for everyone who wants it. So, which Canadians ...
 Face masks are now mandatory in Toronto and OttawaCBC News
28 days ago
People in the two cities are now required to wear face masks when they are in enclosed public spaces. Montreal's mayor is ...
 Canada Day | Special CoverageCBC News
1 months ago
Host Andrew Chang speaks to guests and reporters across the country to see how Canadians are celebrating amid ...
 COVID-19: Canada announces new travel restrictionsCBC News
4 months ago
Canada is barring entry to all travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or Americans, Prime Minister Justin ...
 Being Black in Canada | Special programCBC News
9 days ago
Host Asha Tomlinson speaks with activists who have been a part of the Black Lives Matter movement for many years about what ...
 CERB to be replaced by EI, transition benefit come fall, employment minister saysCBC News
4 days ago
The $80-billion Canada Emergency Response Benefit is set to wind down over the coming weeks. Read more: ...
 New COVID-19 notification app rolls out in OntarioCBC News
3 days ago
The new app, called COVID Alert, will warn users if they have been near someone who has tested positive. To read more: ...
 COVID-19 threatens MLB season — CBC News: The National | July 27, 2020CBC News: The National
7 days ago
Just four days opening day, there are concerns COVID-19 could steal the Major League Baseball season. A finance committee ...
 WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for July 31 — Violent Threat, School Refund, COVID-19 CautionCBC Vancouver
4 days ago
Watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 with hosts Tina Lovgreen and Mike Killeen for the latest on the most important news stories ...
 Being Black in Canada | Top Stories | CBCCBC
6 years ago
Join host Asha Tomlinson as she explores the challenges Black Canadians face today, and asks what they are doing about them.
 Prime minister announces plan to "safely restart" the economyCBC News
19 days ago
The prime minister announced $19 billion to the provinces and territories to help fund restarting the Canadian economy. To read ...
 CBC News Special: Canada Day 2019CBC News
1 years ago
The National's Rosemary Barton and Andrew Chang host our Canada Day special from Parliament Hill as we take you to events ...
 Ontario premier outraged over Brampton party attended by 200 peopleCBC News
8 days ago
Ontario Premier Doug Ford called the host and guests of a house party in Brampton attended by about 200 people Saturday night ...
 Harassment claims against Governor General — CBC News: The National | July 21, 2020CBC News: The National
13 days ago
The Governor General is accused of berating staffers and leaving them in tears, a CBC News exclusive. The warnings about ...
 CBC - Canada's Public BroadcasterCBC
3 years ago
Welcome to the official YouTube channel for CBC, Canada's public broadcaster dedicated to celebrating unique and innovative ...
 Being Black in Canada | Top Stories | CBCCBC
6 years ago
Join host Asha Tomlinson as she explores the challenges Black Canadians face today, and asks what they are doing about them.
 Canada’s NHL hubs ready for action — CBC News: The National | July 26, 2020CBC News: The National
8 days ago
Canada's NHL hub cities are ready as players arrive ahead of the puck drop for the playoffs. We find out how games will look and ...
 COVID-19 cases surpass 1,000 in CanadaCBC News
4 months ago
As the number of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases surpasses 1000 in Canada, officials are working to repatriate as ...
 Ontario launches long-term care COVID-19 commissionCBC News
6 days ago
Ontario is launching an independent commission into how and why COVID-19 devastated much of the province's long-term care ...
 Prime minister announces plan to "safely restart" the economyCBC News
19 days ago
The prime minister announced $19 billion to the provinces and territories to help fund restarting the Canadian economy. To read ...
 Kielburgers questioned about WE controversy — CBC News: The National | July 28, 2020CBC News: The National
6 days ago
Craig and Marc Kielburger questioned for hours by MPs about the WE Charity's agreement with the government to administer a ...
 CBC - Canada's Public BroadcasterCBC
3 years ago
Welcome to the official YouTube channel for CBC, Canada's public broadcaster dedicated to celebrating unique and innovative ...
 COVID-19 vaccine research shows positive signs — CBC News: The National | July 20, 2020CBC News: The National
14 days ago
Early results from COVID-19 vaccine research are showing positive signs, but there is growing concern about the rising cases in ...
 Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai risks everything to take on BeijingCBC News: The National
yesterday
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has already taken huge risks by having his newspaper openly criticize Beijing, including the ...
 Calgary sees COVID-19 spike after reopening – CBC News: The National | July 17, 2020CBC News: The National
17 days ago
Two Calgary neighbourhoods see a surge in COVID-19 cases after reopening, linked to a popular restaurant and fitness centers.
 Ontario premier outraged over Brampton party attended by 200 peopleCBC News
8 days ago
Ontario Premier Doug Ford called the host and guests of a house party in Brampton attended by about 200 people Saturday night ...
 The National for Tuesday, July 14 — Coronavirus restrictions reimposed across U.S.CBC News: The National
20 days ago
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: ...
 Packed beaches, parks over long weekend worry officialsCBC News: The National
yesterday
Scenes of packed beaches, overcrowded parks, and changes to rules on indoor gathering all have politicians and health officials ...
 The National for Wednesday, July 8 — Pandemic pushes deficit to $343B; Child care and the economyCBC News: The National
26 days ago
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: ...
 CBC News Special: Canada Day 2019CBC News
1 years ago
The National's Rosemary Barton and Andrew Chang host our Canada Day special from Parliament Hill as we take you to events ...
 Jasper National Park sightseeing tour turns deadly – CBC News: The National | July 19, 2020CBC News: The National
15 days ago
A sightseeing tour in Jasper National Park turned deadly when a tour bus flipped over. A CBC News investigation reveals how ...
 WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for July 31 — Violent Threat, School Refund, COVID-19 CautionCBC Vancouver
4 days ago
Watch CBC Vancouver News at 6 with hosts Tina Lovgreen and Mike Killeen for the latest on the most important news stories ...
 The National for Monday, June 29 — Outbreak among farm workers; Debating mandatory masksCBC News: The National
1 months ago
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: ...
 What systemic racism in Canada looks likeCBC News
26 days ago
The police killing of George Floyd and the protests that followed have brought renewed attention to systemic racism. In Canada ...
 John Bolton on Canada-China tensions and the Trump presidencyCBC News: The National
1 months ago
A foreign policy hawk with a year-long stint as U.S President Donald Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, sat down with ...