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Under Attack : The Quebec Mosque Shooting

Mark Kelley is in Quebec City, to tell the story on the mosque shooting that has shocked a nation. Gillian Findlay reports from Boston where everyone from the mayor and civil liberties lawyers to ordinary citizens are mobilizing to fight Trump's new restrictions.

The Richard Oland Case: Murder in the Family

Bob McKeown investigates a tangled family tale that ended in murder – with many questions still unanswered.
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The Conspiracy Files: Putin, The FBI and Donald Trump

Bob McKeown looks at what was behind the triumph of Trump – and the disturbing questions left unanswered.

The High Cost of Pharmaceuticals: Canada's Drug Problem

Canada's health system is a source of pride for many Canadians. But we pay more for prescription drugs than almost every other country in the world -- and rising drug costs are taking their toll on people across the country.

The Pour: Treating Alcoholics with Wine

It starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m. It’s called “the pour” -- an hourly dose of wine that’s given to chronic alcoholics. It’s a bold move, but still a controversial way to deal with alcoholism.

The Murder of Tim Bosma : The Devil Had a Name

It was a murder that shocked a nation. Tim Bosma, a church-going husband and young father had gone on a test drive with two men who said they wanted to buy his truck. Bob McKeown and the fifth estate team unravel what happened on that fateful spring night.

Quebec Stock Frauds : Dan and Carol Get Busted

A joint investigation by the fifth estate and Radio-Canada’s Enquete program digs into the often dubious Montreal-based penny stock promotion business.

Who Killed Jane Doe #59

On November 16, 1969, the body of a young woman was found along Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. She had been stabbed 157 times. The body was never claimed. The name of the murdered woman would remain unknown for the next 46 years -- her case was simply known as “Jane Doe #59.”

Death In Thunder Bay : No Foul Play

What happened to Stacy Debungee on the night of Oct 18, 2015 was a mystery, but just hours after finding his body in a Thunder Bay river, police determined his death was not suspicious. We investigate what really happened & found several people who were there that night and share their story.

Police Shootings: Caught on Camera

Mark Kelley investigates what happens when police are “caught on camera” in the U.S. and Canada.

Saved at Sea

In recent months, tens of thousands of desperate souls have been saved from certain death in the frigid waters of the Mediterranean. Recently, the crew of the Red Cross MOAS Responder agreed to let The Fifth Estate come onboard to join in one of their rescue missions.

E-Cigarettes : Welcome Back, Big Tobacco

Five million Canadians still smoke - many find it impossible to quit. Could e-cigarettes be the answer? Some of those who've switched to this safer nicotine delivery device say yes.
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2021 BC and Yukon Section Figure Skating Championships on CBC

Watch as the future stars of figure skating take to the ice from Burnaby, BC.
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IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh & Skeleton on CBC: Women's Skeleton - Innsbruck

It's the women's turn for fast paced skeleton action from Innsbruk, Austria. 1st run is at 8:15 am ET. 2nd run is at 9:45 am ET.
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IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh & Skeleton on CBC: Men's Skeleton - Innsbruck

Men's skeleton racers will be diving head first into action from Innsbruk, Austria. 1st run is at 4:15 am ET. 2nd run is at 6:00 am ET.
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2021 BC and Yukon Section Figure Skating Championships on CBC

Watch as the future stars of figure skating take to the ice from Burnaby, BC.
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The 2020 Munk Dialogues – Bari Weiss

Bari Weiss, journalist and former New York Times opinion editor, on the future of open debate in contemporary society, and how we forge common understandings in a time of extreme polarization.
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Power & Politics with Vassy Kapelos

Every weekday, Power & Politics host Vassy Kapelos guides Canadians through the country's political news, with a regular cast of political panelists and the continuously unfolding drama of the Canadian political scene.
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Daily House of Commons question period

Follow along as opposition parties question the Liberal government in the House of Commons.
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Dec. 7 Q&A on COVID-19 with a clinical microbiologist

We're teaming up with CBC Radio One's Blue Sky once again to bring you another live Q&A with Saskatoon clinical microbiologist Dr. Joseph Blondeau.
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'They will not get a cent' until airlines commit to customer refunds, says Transport Minister Marc Garneau

Transport Minister Marc Garneau said the government is currently in confidential talks with major airlines about an industry-specific aid package contingent on a number of strict conditions.
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'The Canadian aviation industry is really bullying the government,' said former Air Canada executive.

ohn Gradek, a lecturer at McGill University, says the airline industry is arguing it's time for the government to bail out struggling airlines since other countries have done so.
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LIVE Polytechnique victims remembered in Montreal

Thirty one years after the shooting at Polytechnique, Montreal remembers by lighting the sky with a beam for each of the 14 women killed.
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FIL Luge World Cup on CBC: Team Relay - Altenberg

Team Relay will round out our luge coverage from Altenberg, Germany.
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FIL Luge World Cup on CBC: Men's - Altenberg

Men's luge will be sliding to your streaming device from Altenberg, Germany. 1st run is at 3:30 am ET, the 2nd run is at 5:05 am ET.
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CBC Sports Late Night: Encore Freestyle Skiing World Cup on CBC: Moguls - Ruka

Encore presentation of Moguls from Ruka, Finland.
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Deep dive: What happens when the salmon stop coming home

Salmon is a staple food for many Indigenous people in the Pacific Northwest. The fish has been the subject of song, story and artwork for thousands of years. It is also a symbol, of fortitude, and self sacrifice. But in recent years, the mighty salmon has been facing some scary realities. 

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