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Schoenberg's Love Letter to Brahms, Webern's romantic side

Hear Arnold Schoenberg's love letter to Johannes Brahms: his colourful orchestration of Brahms piano quartet. Plus the romantic sound of Anton Webern, before he developed his trademark atonal style.
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(Live at 3:00 am ET) 2019 Paracanoe World Cup on CBC

Watch the Paracanoe World Cup from the Malta Regatta Course in Poznan, Poland.
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The argument FOR a new Food Show and AGAINST visiting Afghanistan.

It's enough already with the meat tenderizing says Graham Chittenden and comedian Tim Nutt humbly requests a little more training before he is taken into a war zone.
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Canada advances to semis with dramatic OT win over Switzerland

Mark Stone scored in overtime to give Canada a dramatic 3-2 win over Switzerland in the quarter-finals at the world hockey championship in Kosice, Slovakia, on Thursday. Canada's Damon Severson tied it with 0.4 seconds left in regulation on a goal that was confirmed by video review.
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Blasting past a stopped school bus? Smile, you may be on camera

Ottawa motorists who blow past stopped school buses could now find themselves caught on camera — and facing some serious penalties.
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Standoff at northwest Calgary home that sent one officer to hospital ends

An officer was stabbed in the foot after responding to a "domestic call" that quickly escalated.
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Federal funding to help Charlottetown bioscience company meet 'significant need' for its products worldwide

Somru BioScience is poised to expand its Charlottetown-based facility and workforce, to meet growing demands around the world. 

'They followed me everywhere': Reporter tailed, deterred while investigating Uighur detention in Xinjiang

What's really happening inside China's so-called "training camps" for the country's Uighur ethnic minority? Globe and Mail Asia correspondent Nathan Vanderklippe has been following that story for years.

'They followed me everywhere': Reporter tailed, deterred while investigating Uighur detention in Xinjiang

What's really happening inside China's so-called "training camps" for the country's Uighur ethnic minority? Globe and Mail Asia correspondent Nathan Vanderklippe has been following that story for years.
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Shell Quest carbon capture and storage project reaches milestone of 4M tonnes

Shell Canada says the Quest carbon capture and storage project north of Edmonton has reached the milestone of four million tonnes of stored carbon dioxide, equivalent to the annual emissions of about one million cars.
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New Senators coach 'checked off all the boxes,' Dorion says

The Ottawa Senators have hired D.J. Smith, formerly assistant coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, as the team's new head coach.
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Saskatchewan News Update

News Update from CBC Regina
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Sex doll is child porn, but judge finds Kenneth Harrisson not guilty

A St. John's man accused of possessing child pornography in an unusual case involving what has been described as a child sex doll has been found not guilty.
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They came to Europe with a dream, and ended up as street vendors just to survive

The story of several migrants from Senegal, who come to Italy hoping for a job & a better life. Instead, they end up illegally selling cheap souvenirs to tourists. They face violence & racism, and are left disheartened & exhausted. Watch now.
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Driver involved in Quebec City car crash missed group of schoolchildren 'by seconds'

Several people who saw a vehicle careening through the streets of Quebec City's Lower Town on Wednesday, moments before it smashed through the ground-floor window of a six-storey building, say they're astonished the crash didn't cause any deaths.
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Ottawa announces $100M for Boat Harbour cleanup

Central Nova MP Sean Fraser has announced $100 million in federal funds to help restore Boat Harbour, Nova Scotia’s largest environmentally contaminated site.
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Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal
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Canadian Hurricane Centre releases 2019 Atlantic forecast

Canadians will get the lowdown on the upcoming hurricane season today, during a technical briefing CBC is carrying live starting at 2 p.m. AT.
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Stock markets tumble on trade, growth fears, oil plunges 5%

North American stock indexes fell more than one per cent on Thursday, as investors sold off technology, industrials and energy stocks on fears that a spiraling trade war between the United States and China would crimp global growth.
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Exoneration of Chief Poundmaker announced LIVE

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issues a formal apology and exoneration for Chief Poundmaker at the First Nation that bears his name
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Full episode: Schitt's Creek - The Hike

Stream full new episodes of Schitt’s Creek on CBC Gem.

Fire-driven weather is 'new reality' for Canada & elsewhere, expert warns

'It's kind of like a Game of Thrones. You don't know where the dragon is going to be exhaling next.' An evacuation order remains in place for High Level, Alta., as a wildfire rages south of the town. We hear from some people living in limbo, and examine a phenomenon called a 'firenado.'
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Senators name Leafs assistant coach D.J. Smith new bench boss

The Ottawa Senators have turned to the Toronto Maple Leafs for their new head coach.
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With a little help from Netflix, Inside Out is opening major doors for the future of LGTBQ stories

The festival kicks off with the Elton John biopic Rocketman, but its plan to rocket talent to the next level is the real story.
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Beaton Tulk, former N.L. premier and longtime Liberal campaigner, dead at 75

He is being remembered as a "political giant" and "an outstanding human being."