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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
9.2

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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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May 22nd, 7:25 pm

CBC

Say goodbye to the beard trimmer.

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My 90-Year-Old Roommate

May 22nd, 1:07 pm

CBC

“I’m an Assistant Professor of Human Anatomy and Cell Science at the University of Manitoba. I’ve lived in Canada for about 10 years now. My biggest struggle when I first arrived was the language barrier, but now my Korean language skills have become an invaluable asset. When I was a student, I had to spend extra hours for reading assignments and practice much longer for oral presentations than my colleagues. It was difficult to get along with my classmates. Countless times, I was the only one not laughing when someone made a joke. Not understanding the lectures was the most significant problem.

Over the years, I studied very hard and my English got better; then, things changed. What was once clearly a disadvantage turned into a benefit. Since becoming an independent researcher, I have access to an invaluable Korean database that is very important for my research through international collaboration. I have been invited to give seminars hosted by Korean scientific communities. This wouldn’t have been possible if I couldn’t communicate in Korean.”

-- Ji Hyun Ko, Assistant Professor at University of Manitoba, Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science

(Photo credit: Madelaine Lapointe CBC Manitoba)

For more profiles follow #ProudlyAsianCanadian throughout Asian Heritage Month.
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“I’m an Assistant Professor of Human Anatomy and Cell Science at the University of Manitoba. I’ve lived in Canada for about 10 years now. My biggest struggle when I first arrived was the language barrier, but now my Korean language skills have become an invaluable asset. When I was a student, I had to spend extra hours for reading assignments and practice much longer for oral presentations than my colleagues. It was difficult to get along with my classmates. Countless times, I was the only one not laughing when someone made a joke. Not understanding the lectures was the most significant problem. 
 
Over the years, I studied very hard and my English got better; then, things changed. What was once clearly a disadvantage turned into a benefit. Since becoming an independent researcher, I have access to an invaluable Korean database that is very important for my research through international collaboration. I have been invited to give seminars hosted by Korean scientific communities. This wouldn’t have been possible if I couldn’t communicate in Korean.”
 
-- Ji Hyun Ko, Assistant Professor at University of Manitoba, Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science 

(Photo credit: Madelaine Lapointe CBC Manitoba) 

For more profiles follow #ProudlyAsianCanadian throughout Asian Heritage Month.

 

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I am sharing this on my FB page where I teach international students....great success and motivation. Thank you CBC!

Immigration and the integration is one of the hardest things a person can ever accomplish... I am so glad to see see these personal stories celebration the effort and perseverance that individuals make to overcome the obstacles in the way of success. It’s important to educate everyone so that they can show more empathy and understanding rather than impatience and then ignorance. Thank you CBC!!

Learning a second language can be invaluable in work, in life and in increasing brain power. Do not freak the f*ck out when you hear a different language or accent.

How wonderful for our country that he persevered. His story is a testament to his courage and will hopefully inspire others in the same situation.

Wasn't sure what I was reading at first. More of this!

I have heard of Dr Ko and his successful work (but I have not met him because I retired before he arrived. )

Congratulations.

Thanks Gabriela Klimes😊

Very nice story.

Bravo! Another success story, keep them coming CBC Radio Canada

Joe P Brailey

What an amazing story! I love it and I am so happy for him!

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May 22nd, 12:07 pm

CBC

Ed Trist, his girlfriend Nicole Lewis, and his daughter Chloe, were in an off-road vehicle, heading down a logging road in a remote area of Ontario when they came across a sighting of two wild lynx sizing each other up and shrieking.

Not only did the typically reclusive cats not run off while they were being watched, they didn't even move when Trist drove past. For more: www.cbc.ca/1.4671909
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Rare encounter between 2 wild, wailing lynx caught on video

 

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If I heard that in the middle of the night from my tent, all kinds of Blair Witch Project running through my mind! 😱😱😱

Sounds almost human

I didn't know these lived in Ontario!!!

Two males establishing territory?

This sounds identical to the sounds made by welfare moms fighting in my neighborhood

Sounds like my mom and sister when they fight lol

One is a clone. And the real one is tripping about it

Thank you Ed and Nicole for capturing this rare sight discretely and leaving them alone without harm. Fascinating!

One lynx is in the others territory. Cats do this all the time. They hope to scare off the other by screaming the loudest.

Near Algonquin highlands, Sudbury or Kenora ?

I’ve heard that shriek once before. In an echoey tiled restroom the morning after a bad curry. True story.

My dog's ears went straight up ! Call of the wild

Screaming contest?

That's what small cats do too.

I don't know why but I can't stop laughing

We have the odd sighting of lynx in our neighbourhood....not sure I would want to hear this sound and NOT see what was coming??

that's a once-in-a-lifetime moment! wow

THAT is pretty interesting!

Just like Dr Seuss when the North Going Zax met the South Going Zax. They even look like Zaxes.

Wouldn,t want to be anywhere near them

Laws of Nature! adorable...from a distance!! thank you to the people who found and shared this event

Courting or establishing a property line. They look the same in many species. :-)

Amazing footage.....thanks for sharing.😮

They're gonna go super saiyan any minute now

Brian Button a close-up like you got this past weekend! I had no idea they made those noises!

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May 22nd, 11:03 am

CBC

The City of Calgary says the residents of Midfield Mobile Home Park have to leave. 83-year-old Rudy Prediger isn't leaving without a fight.

Watch Eviction Notice: bit.ly/2FF2wEH
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Rudy's Tree | Eviction Notice

 

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once again, the upity city council would prefer million dollar condo's go in where these folks have lived much of their life...it is not moral or ethical...

Will these people be paid fair market value for their homes .....at least!

More homelessness created by greed.

Why? A $10,000 payout. Seriously? Not rehousing? "The City of Calgary cites crumbling infrastructure for the closure. Sewer pipes were placed under the homes in 1968; time and a lack of maintenance have taken their toll. The City has stated it would be too costly to conduct the repairs. Residents of Midfield aren’t buying it. With homes in the surrounding communities selling for millions of dollars and an aggressive redevelopment plan for the area already approved by City Council, the residents of Midfield Mobile Home Park believe they are sitting on land so valuable, it must come at the cost of their home and their community."

This reminds me of a case in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The owner of Marineland evicted tenants at a trailer park, one person committed suicide over it, the land I believe is still vacant.

Calgary can have the land when the last tenant currently there leaves voluntarily or passes away.

Greedy City?!

As I have written a few times lately, Governments, why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

they should rebuild a new mobilehome park supply all with brand new mobiles with all appliances making sure fees are stay the same for 10 years and give then 10,000 to refurnish and move !!

Where do the people with lower incomes go to live, mobile home living is the affordable way for them, come on Calgary you can do better than this for these people.

That is so wrong.

Very sad

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