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CBC Nova Scotia News January 23, 2019

The only daily TV news package to focus on Nova Scotians and their stories

CBC Compass January 23, 2019

PEI News at 6 with regional, national and international stories.
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Crown says Major 'author of this true crime story'; defence points finger elsewhere at dangerous driving trial

The defence at Major's dangerous driving trial says contractors who knocked down a stop sign down may actually be to blame for the fatal 2016 crash, but the Crown insisted Major "is the author of this true crime story."
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Who is Juan Guaido, Venezuela's self-declared president?

Juan Guaido has declared himself president of Venezuela — a move quickly endorsed by several Latin American countries, as well as Canada and the United States. Just two months ago, most people would not have even known Guaido’s name.

CBC New Brunswick News January 23, 2019

News that focuses on telling the stories that happen throughout New Brunswick

CBC Here and Now January 23, 2019

Every day around the province the Here and Now team pull out all the stops to cover your news and weather
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Power of soccer among youth in Nunavut captured in short documentary

The documentary, Playing Through Blizzards: Football In The Arctic, was filmed around an under-18 territorial championship futsal tournament in Iqaluit last November.
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What Do You Think Of The New Canada Food Guide

We ask callers what they think of the new Canada Food Guide. We're joined in studio by non-diet dietitian Lisa Rutledge & McGill University Executive Chef Oliver De Volpi !
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B.C. man convicted of murdering wife in 1994 granted bail

Wade Skiffington has proclaimed his innocence in the murder of Wanda Martin in Richmond, B.C., in 1994.
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Library and Archives Canada acquires rare book once owned by Hitler

Curator Michael Kent dropped by the studio with the backstory.
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Reverend Jen, artist evicted from her N.Y. tenement, keeps her troll museum alive

Jen Miller got to show off her famous troll doll collection last week for the first time in two years.
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Venezuela's Opposition leader takes oath as interim president, endorsed by Canada, U.S.

Opposition Leader Juan Guaido takes an oath swearing himself in as Venezuela's interim president as hundreds of thousands marched to demand the end of socialist leader Nicolas Maduro's government.

Roy Halladay's family says pitcher will have no team logo on Hall of Fame plaque: report

Roy Halladay's widow says the pitcher's Hall of Fame plaque will not include a Toronto Blue Jays or a Philadelphia Phillies logo on the cap.
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Atlantic News Update

News Update from CBC Halifax
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This Florida woman's art work inspired paintings within paintings within paintings

When Cindi Decker's son snapped a photo of her holding up her painting of an egret, she thought he was just going to send it to his friends.

Trudeau criticized by New Democrat for timing of $2.2M spending on La Loche school

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $2.2 million in funding to be paid over a five-year period for the Dene High School in La Loche, Sask., a day after the three-year anniversary of a mass shooting that left four people dead.
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Four cyclists gearing up for an epic winter journey on the James Bay coast

Four cyclists are gearing up for an epic winter journey on the James Bay coast. Early next month, they'll leave from Attawapiskat and make their way on fat bikes down to Smooth Rock Falls. A fat bike is an off-road bicycle with oversized tires often used in winter. They're calling their 600 kilometre bike journey the James Bay Descent. And they're raising money for the Timmins Native Friendship Centre and its programming in James Bay communities. Organizer Buck Miller expects the trip to take them ten days of cycling and camping outside in the February cold. Miller, who was raised in northern Ontario and lived for a few years in Moosonee, now lives in Huntsville. Up North host Waubgeshig Rice phoned him to ask him more about the James Bay Descent.
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New kids' TV series features 'As It Flappens' radio show with plucky chicken host

Miikshi the Meek Sheep, created by Toronto husband and wife duo Justin and Lindsay Lee, features a chicken named Chickelyna who hosts a radio program called As It Flappens, portrayed by Melanie Leblanc.
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Nova Scotia NDP pledges to keep community hospitals open

Nova Scotia's New Democratic Party health critic was joined by former and current health-care workers in calling on the Liberal government to keep community hospitals open and to better support beleaguered paramedics.

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Top court weighs precedent-setting case of human rights breaches at Canadian mine in Eritrea

The Supreme Court of Canada heard arguments today in what could be a precedent-setting case for Canadian companies that do business abroad.
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University of Guelph decides not to divest from fossil fuels

The University of Guelph has decided not to divest from fossil fuels, despite multiple student protests on campus, urging the school to pull its investments in fossil fuels.
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OPP Arrests Ottawa Police Association President

The president of the Ottawa police union has been arrested and charged with breach of trust and obstructing justice.
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Midweek pod: Did the ambassador's China comments cross the line?

Canada's ambassador to China John McCallum says the Huawei executive arrested in Vancouver at the request of the United States has a strong case to fight extradition. We ask lawyer Donald Bayne if McCallum has a legal argument. Plus: should Canadian companies be held to account for human rights abuses in operations abroad?