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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. Each morning, we'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now. 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. Each morning, we'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now. 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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English

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(416) 205-3700


Episodes

Thursday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/22/2024
A judge has ruled Nathaniel Veltman's fatal 2021 attack on the Afzaal family in London, Ontario constituted terrorist activity. Experts warn the case of a 91-year-old woman who froze to death outside of her nursing home in Ontario is not an isolated incident. The laureates of the 2024 Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards for Lifetime Artistic Achievement are announced.

Duration:00:10:08

Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/21/2024
Russia tells International Court of Justice the construction of Israeli settlements impedes the creation of a Palestinian state. Alabama's Supreme Court says that frozen embryos are children under state law, meaning anyone who destroys them could be held criminally liable. India's farmers' union have rejected the latest offer from the government to sit down for talks. They continue to demand guaranteed minimum prices for certain crops.

Duration:00:10:08

Tuesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/20/2024
Inflation cooled in January, to 2 point 9 per cent. Farmers in Poland are stepping up their protests against what they call unfair rules in the European Union. A group of 18 Republican lawmakers is urging Biden to delete the TikTok account his team has created to appeal to young voters.

Duration:00:10:08

Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/19/2024
Israel's timeline for ground incursion into Rafah criticized at EU Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels. CBC News exclusive shows majority of permanent residents applying to join Canada's military have not been accepted, despite severe staffing shortfall. Healthcare economists forecast a spike in demand for home-care workers, as the number of seniors in Ontario balloons.

Duration:00:10:08

Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/18/2024
The UN's highest court is set to open up historic hearings into the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict. China's foreign minister hints at a desire to improve his country's relationship with Canada. With a mountain of legal penalties and fees, former US President Donald Trump is getting into the shoe game.

Duration:00:10:08

Saturday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/17/2024
World leaders react to the death of Alexei Navalny, while attending the second day of a security conference in Munich. Ukraine's troops are pulling out of Avdiivka, as Russia surrounds the eastern city and the possibility of more Ukrainian deaths looms. Israel is planning to go ahead with an invasion of Rafah, despite growing pressure not to.

Duration:00:10:08

Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/16/2024
Russia's prison service say long-time opposition leader and fierce Kremlin-critic Alexei Navalny has died in jail.

Duration:00:10:09

Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/16/2024
Russia's prison service say long-time opposition leader and fierce Kremlin-critic Alexei Navalny has died in jail. Venezuela orders workers with the U-N's Human Rights office to get out of the country. A CBC Marketplace investigation finds some food manufacturers are producing different versions of the same snack food, one with a controversial ingredient for the Canadian market, and the other without, for Europeans.

Duration:00:10:08

Thursdays's top stories in 10 minutes

2/15/2024
A Canadian Member of Parliament is recorded airing concerns about how his government has been responding to the war in Gaza. A New York judge rules Donald Trump will face a criminal trial in alleged scheme to falsify businesss records in the hush-money case involving an adult film star. Prince Harry promotes with Winter Invictus Games in Whistler, at a time when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are declining in popularity.

Duration:00:10:08

Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/14/2024
Thousands of gig workers around the world are planning to strike this Valentine's Day, demanding better pay and conditions from apps like Uber, Lyft, and Doordash. Donald Trump's recent comments are subject of concern at the NATO defence ministers meeting in Brussels. British Columbia's wine industry is poised to lose hundreds of millions of dollars, after a prolonged cold snap in January damaged vineyards across the Okanagan valley.

Duration:00:10:08

Tuesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/13/2024
Farmers in India are marching to the capital to demand better compensation. More than 200-million Indonesians will head to the polls tomorrow. The Federal government's economy team says it is working hard to improve life for rural Canadians.

Duration:00:10:08

Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/12/2024
Israel says it has rescued 2 hostages during a raid in Rafah. It was supported by air strikes that, according to the Hamas-run health authority, killed at least 67 Palestinians. Manitoba Police investigating the deaths of five people, including three young children. Beyoncé uses a SuperBowl ad to announce new music is coming, and the record will have a country twang!

Duration:00:10:08

Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/11/2024
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the fight against Hamas will go on, despite facing growing international pressure over its intended offensive in Rafah. The White House says Donald Trump is endangering global stability, after the former president says he would encourage Russia to attack NATO members that don't pay their bills. It's Super Bowl Sunday, and it's more than the game that's drawing in the crowds.

Duration:00:10:08

Saturday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/10/2024
People in Rafah are facing more evacuations ahead of Israel's offensive on the southern Gaza city. Tensions are growing in Pakistan - as voters await the final results of Thursday's elections. As people around the world mark the Lunar New Year, more women are taking up the ancient Asian art of Lion Dancing.

Duration:00:10:08

Friday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/9/2024
Allegations of vote-rigging as Nawaz Sharif declares victory for his party in Pakistan's election. Some private for-profit virtual cares sites are are selling patient information, according to a study from Canada's privacy commissioner. A CBC marketplace investigation uncovers how some of the investment scammers targeting Canadians are being carried out by people being held captive abroad.

Duration:00:10:09

Thursday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/8/2024
Canadian government ministers, insurance representatives and police meet for a summit on how to prevent auto theft. Communcation is disrupted across Pakistan as millions of people vote in a national election. British Columbia tries to keep flavoured nicotine pouches away from kids by moving them behind pharmacy counters.

Duration:00:10:09

Wednesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/7/2024
Dozens of people in Pakistan killed in political violence ahead of tomorrow's election. RCMP charge a 30-year-old Montreal man after he allegedly threatened on social media to kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Japanese officials say a pod of trapped orcas have escaped from the ice.

Duration:00:10:09

Tuesday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/6/2024
The head of Air Canada gets grilled by lawmakers about how the airline serves passengers with disabilities. For the second time in two months, a US court has determined Donald Trump can be prosecuted for his actions while he was serving as President. Prince Harry arrives in London to visit King Charles as he undergoes treatment for cancer.

Duration:00:10:09

Monday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/5/2024
The sexual assault case of 5 former members of Canada's 2018 world junior hockey team has been put over to April 30th. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is back in the Middle East to try to secure the release of Israeli hostages, and a humanitarian pause. Parents of transgender children in the Northwest Territories are wondering what Alberta's planned changes to gender policy will mean for their kids.

Duration:00:10:09

Sunday's top stories in 10 minutes

2/4/2024
Search and rescue crews are standing by to help unhoused people in Halifax who are refusing to seek shelter as Nova Scotia snowstorm enters its third day. The U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, travels to the Middle East to ask for a pause in fighting in Gaza to address escalating conflicts elsewhere in the region. Bob Marley and the Wailers bass player, Aston "Family Man" Barrett has died at 77.

Duration:00:10:09