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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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nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up

Colten Boushie's sister, Jade Tootoosis and director Tasha Hubbard discuss the new documentary about Boushie's death and his family's calls for justice.

U.S. lawmakers want automakers to install technology to prevent children from being left in cars

U.S. lawmakers want to make it mandatory for automakers to install technology on new vehicles that alerts exiting parents to check for children in the back seat under legislation introduced in Congress in response to deaths of children left behind in hot cars.
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Weekend food fishery not music to everyone's ears, says Shanneyganock's Chris Andrews

Weekends on the water may be good for a lot of people, but musician Chris Andrews says limiting the food fishery that way is difficult for a number of others like him.
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CBC Toronto News May 23, 2019

CBC Toronto News team delivers more breaking news, live reports and ground-breaking stories that reflect our vibrant city
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Former Halifax cab driver tells sex assault trial he didn't undress passenger

Bassam Al-Rawi, a former Halifax taxi driver, resumed testifying Thursday about the night exactly four years ago when he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his cab.

Prescott and Russell moves to pull ambulances from Ottawa

The United Counties of Prescott and Russell are moving ahead with a plan that will stop its paramedics from answering non-emergency calls in neighbouring communities, including Ottawa.

CBC New Brunswick hosts flood forum tonight

CBC New Brunswick is holding a forum on flooding Thursday night at St. Thomas University's Kinsella Auditorium. The forum, hosted by Terry Seguin, will address the role of climate change in flooding and examine how New Brunswick can prepare for more intense floods.
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CBC Toronto News May 23, 2019

CBC Toronto News team delivers more breaking news, live reports and ground-breaking stories that reflect our vibrant city
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'You gotta Snapchat': An inside look at teens, social media and 'spam accounts'

Students at L.A. Matheson Secondary School in Surrey offer a 'behind the screen' peek at what they are up to on the smartphones that have become an integral part of their social lives.
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Judge certifies $20M class-action lawsuit in Fort McMurray gas explosion

A $20-million lawsuit against ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. over an explosion in Fort McMurray after the devastating 2016 wildfire has been certified a class action.
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Take a look inside Surrey's Matheson high school

A special series by CBC Vancouver’s Jason D’Souza looks at the lives of students at L.A. Matheson Secondary School in Surrey, B.C.
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Scientists say Chile's Southern Patagonia Ice Field has 'split in two'

Chile's 12,000 square kilometre Southern Patagonia Ice Field has split in two and is likely to continue to fracture amid climate change, according to a team of Chilean scientists who were in the region in March.
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Czech Republic advances to hockey worlds semifinals

Czech Republic defeats Germany 5-1, will face Canada in the semis.
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'We're not all in gangs, doing drugs and bumming out of school': Surrey students defend their city

Students were given the chance to talk to the CBC about any stories they wanted to. No one topic was brought up more often than the unfair reputation they feel they have as Surrey students.
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Restrictions on alcohol in sugary drinks take effect across Canada

New regulations restricting the amount of alcohol allowed in potent, sugary, premixed drinks take effect across Canada. 
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University students rescue 8 from sailboat off Lunenburg

A Canadian Coast Guard zodiac was dispatched to the scene early Wednesday morning.

3 found guilty of 1st-degree murder in shooting death of 17-year-old Jarryl Hagley

Three men have been found guilty of first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of a teenager inside a Pizza Pizza in 2016
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WikiLeaks founder slapped with 18 charges under Espionage Act

In a case with significant First Amendment implications, the U.S. files new charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that accuse him of violating the Espionage Act by publishing thousands of secret and classified documents.
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'An amazing gift': Regina woman with MS chosen for free home renovation to help with mobility

Bonnie Gorski and her family are getting a new lease on life.

Icebergs off N.L. coast 'very dangerous,' sign of climate change: federal environment minister

The federal minister of environment and climate change is sounding the alarm on how climate change could impact Newfoundland and Labrador. "I know everyone's looking at the icebergs that you can see off the coast — that may be nice, may be a good tourist attraction, but it's also very dangerous," said Catherine McKenna, who was in St. John's on Thursday.
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Manninen's overtime winner sends Finland to semifinals

Finland beats Sweden 5-4 in OT with a goal from Sakari Manninen, will face Russia in the semis.
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Journalists question Liberal government's $600M media bailout plan

The federal government's plan to support Canadian journalism is being questioned by some Canadian journalists.