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The National

The flagship nightly news and current affairs program from Canada's public broadcaster, CBC-TV.

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Compare the policies and promises of the six main parties on this election’s pressing issues. #CanadaVotes  #elxn43 

Scientists at a Paris zoo are showing off an organism that has baffled them for decades. They call it The Blob. #TheMoment 

FACT CHECK: Is the 2019 election Canada's “nastiest” ever? Not by a long shot. @JonGatehouse  #elxn43  #CanadaVotes 

AT ISSUE | The party with the most seats doesn't always get to govern, ask former B.C. premier Christy Clark. @RosieBarton  @ChantalHbert  @acoyne  @althiaraj  #elxn43  #CanadaVotes 

Poll Tracker | A minority government is highly likely with both the Conservatives and Liberals still mired below 33% support. @308dotcom  #CanadaVotes  #elxn43 

Greta Thunberg joins climate action rally at the Alberta legislature — alongside simultaneous counter-protest from the United We Roll convoy.


How to maintain order during a Brexit vote in the House of Commons like Speaker John Bercow. #TheMoment 

Peter Mansbridge signs off from The National for the final time as host and chief correspondent of CBC News

Police are warning the public to consider Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, dangerous. Do not approach and call 911 if seen. Investigators say they have left B.C. and were last spotted in Northern Saskatchewan driving a grey 2011 Toyota RAV4.

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There are two kinds of calls you get at 4:58 a.m. — the bad news kind, or the kind where someone tells you you've won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Thousands are showing support for Harry Leslie Smith, a Second World War veteran and tireless refugee advocate, as the 95-year-old receives treatment in hospital in Belleville, Ont. #ICYMI 

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh responds to a newly released photo of Justin Trudeau wearing brownface makeup and a turban in 2001.

Here's what happens when you have a cabinet shuffle press conference outside in Ottawa in the dead of Canadian winter.

You may have seen the video of Washington Capitals’ Brett Connolly trying to give a little girl a puck, only to be intercepted twice by a man standing behind her. We asked Keelan Moxley for her side of the story. #TheMoment 

This Somali man didn't realize he'd made it to Canada when found him cold & disoriented at the border