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- CBC National Radio News
- CBC Radio is Canada's national public radio service. On this site viewers can hear CBC Radio One or CBC Radio Two in Real Audio. All kinds of information about what's on CBC can be found by looking at the Hotsheet or Program Listing or Frequency Information.
CBC National Radio News (Search Engine)
- The National (CBC)
- The National is the nightly news and current affairs program for the national television network of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada's public broadcaster. It is a 60-minute program, with its main broadcast on weeknights at 10 PM, local time.
Last Night's TranscriptCBC Home page
- Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) News
- Since the 1930s, CBC News services have kept Canadians at home and abroad informed about their communities, their country and the world. CBC/Radio-Canada is the country's largest news organization, employing more than 800 journalists in Canada and around the globe. Their stories now appear on CBC Television, CBC Radio, CBC.ca and CBC Newsworld.
CBC News Canada
- Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
- CPAC, the Cable Public Affairs Channel, is Canada's only privately-owned, commercial free, not for profit, bilingual licensed television service. Created in 1992 by a consortium of cable companies to preserve an independent editorial voice for Canada's democratic process, CPAC provides a window on Parliament, politics and public affairs in Canada and around the world.
- The Toronto Star
- Today, the Toronto Star is Canada's largest daily newspaper, with the largest readership in the country. It is published seven days a week in the Greater Toronto Area and is owned by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Torstar Corporation.
- Western Canada's Major Newspapers
- The following are links to Western Canada's most popular regional newspapers.
The Vancouver ProvinceThe Vancouver SunThe Whitehorse Daily StarThe Winnipeg Free PressCalgary Herald
- CANOE (Canadian Online Explorer), has developed into Canada's leading news and information site since launching on March 4, 1996. Staffed around the clock, CANOE provides news and information, including photos and data from Canada and around the world.
- Eastern Canada's Major Newpapers
- The following are links to Eastern Canada's most popular newspapers.
The Halifax HeraldThe Hamilton SpectatorThe London Free PressThe Toronto StarThe Ottawa Sun
- The Globe and Mail
- The Globe and Mail is a division of CTVglobemedia Publishing Inc. It provides daily national and international news articles and headlines.
- Canada's National Newspapers
- The following are links to Canada's most popular national newspapers
The Globe and MailThe National Post
- Canada NewsWire
- Canada NewsWire is the nation's number one resource for time-critical news and information from more than 10,000 sources coast to coast and around the world. Public companies, associations, unions, not-for-profits, municipal, provincial and federal governments all rely on CNW's unique multi-media communication services and networks to effectively send their messages to newsrooms, the financial community and the public.
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