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CBC Canada | A National News & Entertainment Network

CBC is one of Canada’s biggest and most popular TV broadcasters. It’s a national news and entertainment channel that broadcasts comprehensive coverage of news, business, culture, and sports, plus a full line-up of daytime and primetime TV. You can watch the channel online via the CBC live stream and its video-on-demand collection, updated regularly. See our CBC Network review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Location: Canada
Genre: National News & Entertainment / Public Television
Website: CBC Homepage

If you want to learn more about CBC Canada than what’s in our review, use the buttons in the ‘Visit this station around the web’ box. If you’re interested in a different channel or stream, use the search box at the top of the page.

Review of CBC Canada

Review of CBC Canada


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CBC’s rating of 9.2 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that CBC Canada live streams its newscasts and other special programming as it airs. CBC also has an extensive video collection, giving viewers access to watch shows on demand (click the ‘Extras’ button to see all the shows available for binge watching). More about our rating method.

See how CBC Network compares to other news stations in Canada.

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November 18th, 8:26 am


From sea to sea to sea: Take a look at the picturesque drive from Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk, on Canada's first highway to the Arctic Ocean.

More: www.cbc.ca/1.4402525
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Driving Canada's new Arctic highway

November 17th, 6:41 pm


Dolores lost her status when she married a white man. She felt like she didn't belong anywhere: "My skin was dark, [but] I wasn't white. I was an Indian, but I was not."

Watch Woman Who Returns: bit.ly/2lrSuOE
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Status Loss: Woman Who Returns


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My mother was a residential school survivor, however in the 60's she also lost her status. My dad was Metis, I remember how she cried....at yet another loss. I can still hear her words. Nobody! Can tell me I'm not an Indian Woman!! Unfortunately she died young... never having the chance to regain her status. People will never understand our people's loss of identity....so many losses.

Get off the pot - you're Canadian!!!

Teri Johnston lol wth, why you so crazy?

Yup Goverment never asked me if I as a ctizen wanted this done . Anyone else in Canada ever asked if they wanted Their Goverment to do this .....

Guess someone failed History too .

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November 17th, 2:24 pm


In 1958, Janet Sims was faced with a choice: give up her daughter for adoption, or drop out of nursing school.

Now, nearly 60 years later, and after years of searching, they had their first conversation. More: www.cbc.ca/1.4403504
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Grandmother finds daughter 60 years after adoption


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Today my wife and I are concern about having to make such a choice when the baby is born because of poor housing. No one should ever have to give up there kid for reasons like schooling, housing, employment, lack of child care, etc... It is really painful and stressful to have that on our minds during pregnancy.

A studio apt will do, amazing how you can organize life for the three of you in that space....it is actually something to look forward to! Look at how people are getting into Tiny Houses. Good luck to your little family.🤗

I would encourage CBC to read more about positive adoption language when sharing stories like these. You could talk about how Janet 'made an adoption plan' instead of 'giving up' or 'giving away' her child. adopting.org/adoption-language/

My birth mother was a nurse who secretly gave birth to me and placed me for adoption in the sixties...breaks my heart to think that women had fewer choices back then.

False choice!! This should not even cross any parent's mind!

And a year before that she could have avoided the whole heartbreak ... condoms are 300 years old

Kimmy Murphy

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