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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. We'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now, updated multiple times each morning. Our CBC News reporters will tell you about the political actors trying to make change, the movements catching fire, and the cultural moments going viral. Hosted by Marcia Young Monday through Thursday and John Northcott Friday through Sunday, we have new episodes seven days a week, dropping by 6 am ET on weekdays, 7 am ET on weekends. Start your day with the very latest.

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Canada, ON

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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. We'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now, updated multiple times each morning. Our CBC News reporters will tell you about the political actors trying to make change, the movements catching fire, and the cultural moments going viral. Hosted by Marcia Young Monday through Thursday and John Northcott Friday through Sunday, we have new episodes seven days a week, dropping by 6 am ET on weekdays, 7 am ET on weekends. Start your day with the very latest.

Language:

English

Contact:

(416) 205-3700


Episodes
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Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/15/2024
Florida judge dismisses classified document case against Donald Trump. Indigenous leaders attend annual Premiers' meeting with a request to be treated as equals. Investigation into claims Canada's first accessibility commissioner created a toxic work environment is complete, but report being kept private.

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Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/14/2024
Donald Trump emerged safe after what appeared to be an assassination attempt at a Pennsylvania rally, sustaining a minor injury while the suspect and one attendee tragically lost their lives. A fire ban is now in effect across Newfoundland and Labrador following a rapid expansion of a blaze near Labrador City, forcing nearly 10,000 people to evacuate. Shannen Doherty, star of Beverly Hills, 90210, dies at 53 after battling cancer.

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Saturday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/13/2024
The Gaza-run health authority says more than 70 people have been killed in a strike on Khan Younis. An evacuation order has been issued for the entire town of Labrador City. Canada faces Uruguay for third place at Copa America.

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Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/12/2024
This morning, all eyes are on Washington as President Joe Biden faces scrutiny over his health and prospects for re-election amid tough questioning from both the media and fellow Democrats. Saskatchewan fights Ottawa in court over $56 million in unpaid carbon tax, seeking to stop federal collection efforts. Celebrities flock to Mumbai for the lavish Ambani wedding.

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Thursday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/11/2024
Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre address the Assembly of First Nations, in person, for the first time. A wildfire evacuation order has been issued for a community in central British Columbia. In PEI's potato fields, finding workers to scan plants for viruses is tough, but a new AI-powered robot may offer a high-tech solution.

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Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/10/2024
Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre shares his vision for the Canadian Armed Forces. Assembly of First Nations making plans to reform Child Welfare but still don't know how much money they will get from the federal government. Alberta is reversing its ban on hunting grizzly bears.

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Tuesday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/9/2024
Child welfare reform, financial transparency and First Nations policing are all on the agenda at the AFN's summer assembly. The CFIA has recalled 15 Silk and Great Value plant-based milk products, because of possible listeria contamination. Ticketmaster offers credit monitoring services to some Canadian customers after security breach detected.

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Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/8/2024
June was the 12th month in a row to hit temperatures above the pre-Industrial era average, according to new data. Russian missiles hit critical infrastructure in Ukraine, including Childrens' hospital in Kyiv. Calls continue for Joe Biden to reconsider his US presidential candidacy.

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Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/7/2024
People across Israel mark nine months since the October 7th Hamas attacks. Leaders from NATO nations will be in Washington this week to mark the alliance's 75th anniversary. At least 7 people were killed in western India when a 5-storey residential building collapsed.

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Saturday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/6/2024
US President Joe Biden insists he is still fit for the job, and isn't going anywhere. There are reports today that Hamas has accepted a US backed proposal for a phased ceasefire in Gaza. The Canadian and US governments are at odds over new Digital Services Tax.

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Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/5/2024
A landslide win for Labour in Britain's general election. In June, Canada's unemployment rate increased to 6.4%, marking a stagnation in the jobs market. Struggling Biden faces crucial ABC interview amidst doubts over mental sharpness, vows to press forward in presidential race against Trump.

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Thursday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/4/2024
Hurricane Beryl is roaring toward Mexico with windspeeds of about 200 kilometre per hour. People across the United Kingdom voting in a snap election. Unionized workers at Ontario's Liquor Control Board are facing potential job action with a strike deadline set for midnight.

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Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/3/2024
An investigation into a deadly and crowded relgious event in northern India has begun. Britain's Conservative party struggling to hold on to power in tomorrow's general election. Some stranded West Jet passengers left making their own travel arrangements.

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Tuesday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/2/2024
Police whistleblower alleges fellow officers made the domestic abuse she suffered at home, even worse. A ban on the transportation of heavy fuel oils in arctic waters has come into effect. Italian courts accuse luxury fashion retailers of profiting off of exploitative work conditions.

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Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

7/1/2024
The U.S. Supreme Court has made a decision in Donald Trump's presidential immunity case. WestJet and mechanics union reach deal to end strike. Newfoundland and Labrador's unknown soldier getting a full military funeral in St. John's.

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Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

6/30/2024
WestJet passengers are grappling with heightened flight cancellations amid a mechanics' strike affecting 400 planes since Friday. In a pivotal French election, the far right aims to achieve unprecedented electoral success, potentially altering the country's political landscape. The U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule on how much Donald Trump is shielded from prosecution for his role in the January 6, 2021 riots.

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Saturday's top stories in 10 minutes

6/29/2024
A strike late Friday by WestJet mechanics leaves hundreds of passengers in the lurch heading into the long weekend. A crucial presidential election in Iran is heading to a runoff after the top candidates fail to win more than 50 per cent of the vote. Questions are swirling around the Ontario Science Centre's sudden shutdown last week, with debates over whether it was justified.

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Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

6/28/2024
Calls for Joe Biden to step aside after a poor performance against Donald Trump in the US Presidential debate. One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's former cabinet ministers says its time for him to resign, too. Iran's snap election, following Ebrahim Raisi's death, faces low turnout amid regional conflicts, government crackdowns, and economic woes.

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Thursday's top stories in 10 minutes

6/27/2024
More than a million people are now eligible for dental coverage under Canada's Dental Care Plan. Former Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan defends decision to ask Canadian Forces to assist Afghan Sikhs during the Taliban takeover of Kabul. What to expect when Joe Biden and Donald Trump square off tonight in the US presidential debate.

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Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

6/26/2024
For the first time, the hydroelectric plant in Churchill Falls, Labrador is unstaffed as wildfire forces evacuation. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a free man after pleading guilty to a single espionage charge. Former MP Frank Baylis says he would consider running against Justin Trudeau, if a Liberal leadership race is called.

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