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CRTC rules cable companies must offer pick-and-pay channels, $25 basic package | CBCNews.ca Mobile

CRTC rules cable companies must offer pick-and-pay channels, $25 basic package | CBCNews.ca Mobile

Can I ask you something?! Well, I'll do it anyway - did you know that Americans drink up to 80 billion cups of tea a year while their Canadian neighbors drink almost 10 billion cups of tea a year?! Since tea is often praised as a healthy drink, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) decided to investigate

Can I ask you something?! Well, I'll do it anyway - did you know that Americans drink up to 80 billion cups of tea a year while their Canadian neighbors drink almost 10 billion cups of tea a year?! Since tea is often praised as a healthy drink, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) decided to investigate

Shawn Mendes Photos Photos - Shawn Mendes arrives on the red carpet before the JUNO awards at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, on April 2, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Lars Hagberg - 2017 Juno Awards Broadcast - Arrivals

Shawn Mendes Photos Photos: 2017 Juno Awards Broadcast - Arrivals

Shawn Mendes Photos Photos - Shawn Mendes arrives on the red carpet before the JUNO awards at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, on April / AFP PHOTO / Lars Hagberg - 2017 Juno Awards Broadcast - Arrivals

13 July 1943 - members of Cdn Public Relations #1 unit move through Modica, Sicily, in their jeep. The Canadians landed on July 10th at Pachino where the Canadian Film & Photo Unit shot their first combat images. L to R: Canadian war correspondent Peter Stursberg (Cdn Broadcasting Corporation), warco Ross Munro (Cdn Press), Cdn Public Relations #1 Captain Dave MacLennan, and Cdn Film & Photo Unit cinematographer Lt. Alasdair Fraser. Modica, Sicily. (Photo: Frank Royal, LAC a204808)

Canadian war correspondents in a jeep, Modica, Italy, 13 July Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3578062

Tell the Canadian government you support a federal buyout to save seals! https://e-activist.com/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=104=19569=website @sea Shepherd Conservation Society #defendconserveprotect

Each year, the Canadian government authorizes sealers to club and shoot to death hundreds of thousands of baby seals for their fur. Contact Canada& Prime Minister today and tell him you support a federal sealing industry buyout to save the seals.

The birth control pills created a stir after the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported that Canadian health authorities suspect the two contraceptives as having caused the deaths of at least 23 women in Canada, mostly through blood clots. Four deaths on record have been linked with Yasmin and Yaz pills in Finland.  http://www.medicalclaimlegal.com/

The world's most commonly prescribed contraceptive pills Yasmin and Yaz have been linked to four deaths and six cerebral embolisms -- or blood clots -- and 25 pulmonary embolisms in Finland.

In his first broadcast interview since being pardoned, Mohamed Fahmy has been critical of the Canadian Prime Minister

Mohamed Fahmy: Canadian PM 'let me down'

In his first broadcast interview since being pardoned, Mohamed Fahmy has been critical of the Canadian Prime Minister

A Disneyland Tribute With Walt Himself Part 1, Fletcher Markle for the Canadian Broadcast Company interview

Disneyland’s Diamond anniversary celebration is kicking off one month from now, so this seemed a perfect time for us provide a brief look back at the past 60 years of the original Magic Kingdom.

Canadians Would Pay For CBC, CBC Execs Tell CRTC. GATINEAU, Que. - The heads of CBC/Radio-Canada have told the country's broadcast regulator that Canadians are ready to pay to get the broadcaster's content even if many consider it an acquired right.They told hearings of the Canadian Radio-television...

GATINEAU, Que. - The heads of CBC/Radio-Canada have told the country's broadcast regulator that Canadians are ready to pay to get the broadcaster's content even if many consider it an acquired right.

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