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Dan Burritt, CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM March 24, 2017
With host Dan Burritt, weeknights 11 p.m. PT, right after The National
Outdoor enthusiast cries foul over B.C. Parks licence plates
A Vancouver man is calling out the province for what he says is misleading information about how much of the $50 fee for specialty B.C. Parks licence plates actually goes to enhance parks.
CBC Edmonton News March 24, 2017
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CBC Calgary News at 11 March 24, 2017
CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.
'I'm really sorry for your loss': MCFD minister faces grieving families at rally
The heartbroken parent of a teenager who died while he was foster care spoke at a small rally in Surrey today.
CBC Saskatchewan News March 24, 2017
Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina at 11 pm
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Game Wrap: Ducks move into tie for 1st in Pacific with win over Jets
Anaheim defeats Winnipeg 3-1, equals San Jose with 91 points.
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Ducks shut down Jets to pull away from Oilers in playoff race
Andrew Cogliano scored late in the second period, Jonathan Bernier made 17 saves and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 on Friday night.
Sex assault victim wants you to hear her story
Elizabeth Filipovits wants you to know her name and the horrific ordeal she went through three years ago.
CBC Winnipeg News March 24, 2017
Your daily round-up of the news of the day each weeknight
2017 British Columbia election: Kelowna-Lake Country riding profile
A look at Kelowna-Lake Country, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.
20-year-old killed in Abbotsford shooting
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is in Abbotsford after a 20-year-old was found dead inside a home Friday afternoon.
The National for March 24, 2017
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CBC Montreal News March 24, 2017
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CBC Ottawa News March 24, 2017
Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.
CBC Toronto News March 24, 2017
Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.
'After a while, I couldn't fight anymore': B.C. skier reflects on surviving avalanche
A 25-year-old skier from Fernie says he's lucky to be alive after he was caught in an avalanche in the backcountry near Golden.
Disagreement persists decade after worker dies in oilsands accident
The completion of a fatality inquiry into the death of a Chinese foreign worker after a Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. workplace accident raises questions about whether an air ambulance could have saved the the worker’s life.
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At least 5 people pepper-sprayed near Yonge-Dundas Square
Toronto police are searching for suspects after at least five people were pepper-sprayed in the Yonge Street and Dundas Street area Friday evening.
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Health-care havoc: Trump's 1st legislative test a 'big loser' that puts his agenda on shaky ground
Donald Trump’s first major legislative push to eliminate and replace the current health-care legislation ran off road Friday, striking a blow his young presidency’s momentum and denting his image as a master negotiator.
2 Longueuil teenagers reported missing found safe
Two teenagers who were reported missing to the Longueuil police department on Friday have been found safe and sound.