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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 wit ...
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So you want real hockey talk? World Hockey Report is the place for you as Cody, Tyler and Pete are breaking everything down in the hockey world while talking to the biggest names in the game on WHR. Find us on Twitter: @worldhockeyrpt @JannerOnPxP
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Your World Reporter

Pierfrancesco Loreto

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Go beyond the headlines and find out more about news stories from all over the globe. Hosted in London by multilingual journalist Pierfrancesco Loreto. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/yourworldreporter/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yourworldreporter/ Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/worldreporter Join us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and all other podcast directories.
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The World Soccer Report

Robert DeLay

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I cover all soccer from all over the world! I am from the Tampa Bay Florida area, so I also cover the Tampa Bay Rowdies! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-delay/support
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is among world leaders in Kyiv marking two years since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley is expected to be defeated by Donald Trump in today's presidential primary in her home state. The federal government is thinking about cancelling this year's baby eel fishery due to…
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Chipmaker Nvidia has lifted its earnings to new record levels. Does this suggest a wider boom amongst companies in this sector? The US and the European Union have each announced new sanctions on Russia on the second year anniversary of the conflict with Ukraine. We examine whether they making a difference. AND Germany becomes the latest country to …
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On episode 549, my friend Wendy Fox reviews my 10 nights at Coronado Grand Destino Tower and the Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort including questions from our Geekin’ family. Featuring: Resorts Coronado Tower – 2 nights Caribbean Beach – 8 nights Sitdowns Topolino Ale & Compass breakfast Boathouse Quick Service Satuli Canteen Regal Eagle (2) Mexican…
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The United States has imposed fresh sanctions on Russia on the eve of the second anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. So what impact will they have? And how are Ukraine's people and its economy faring two years on? Devina Gupta talks to Irina, a Ukrainian businesswoman who started a new life in the UK. And she hears from an Ukrainian chicken pro…
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A former employee of The North West Company, which serves many northern Indigenous communities, says it is hiking prices to boost profits. Western countries are showing their support for Ukraine ahead of the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion. Low budget airline Lynx Air is shutting down operations.…
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Nvidia shares are on the up, after an extraordinary set of earnings results. Revenues surged 265% in the three months to 28 January. We examine the reasons behind the chipmakers success. Research from the US reveals roughly half of college graduates end up in jobs where their degrees aren’t needed. The study tracked the career paths of more than 10…
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A ruling from the Alabama Supreme Court that frozen embryos are considered children, and that a person could be held liable for accidentally destroying them, has opened up a new front in the US battle over reproductive medicine. We hear how it could affect Alabama’s fertility clinics. Also, in the programme, we will hear about about the company dri…
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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 …
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The US government is announcing a series of actions to strengthen the cybersecurity of U.S. ports the move is aimed at targeting Chinese cyber-attacks. Ed Butler will be finding out what kind of plans are being put in place. We also take a look at Sir Jim Ratcliffe the new co-owner of Manchester United as his one and a quarter billion pound deal ha…
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South Africa faces several challenges with an economy that has barely grown in more than a decade amid rolling power cuts and problems with its railways and ports as it gears up for national elections on May 29. Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana in his budget speech was under pressure to curtail the government's growing budget deficit while also ma…
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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…
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South Africa is heading back to the polls on May 29th. The news comes on the same day that the country revealed its unemployment numbers - officially the world's worst. Ed Butler will find out what's behind the latest rise in unemployment. President Joe Biden may be languishing in the opinion polls, but he's winning some impressive results in campa…
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Another day, another protests. Polish farmers are staging protests against cheap Ukrainian grain flooding the market and EU regulations on pesticide and fertiliser usage. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the protests demonstrated the "daily erosion of solidarity" with Ukraine. We will hear from Ukrainian grain farmer who's exporting his …
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The crew of a Belize-flagged, British-registered cargo vessel have abandoned ship off Yemen after it was hit by missiles fired by the Houthi movement. Ed Butler will be finding out the latest. Also in the show, we look at the latest surging protests over spiralling inflation in Nigeria. And a billionaire tells us about his passion for collecting sn…
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The Hamas attacks of 7 October 2023 led to major reductions in household spending and business investment in Israel. We also assess what the Houthi Red Sea attacks mean for global shipping. Also, in the programme, our presenter Devina Gupta finds out why Paytm's digital wallet in India at risk; and how rising inflation in Nigeria is impacting busin…
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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 seni…
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On episode 550, Judy and Ken sail off for 8 days on the Disney Fantasy to Tortuga, St. Thomas and Castaway Cay for their first ever Disney Cruise and LOVE IT. Featuring: 8 Days on the Disney Fantasy Arrival day Meet up with Karen and Scott Daves and Sandy and Pat Collins Restaurants and meals Palo Tortola, St. Thomas and Castaway Cay Broadway shows…
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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.…
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A New York judge has ordered Donald Trump to pay $354.9 million over fraud allegations and banned him from running companies in the state for three years. Roger Hearing gets the latest on what this means for Trump and his business empire. Alexei Navalny, an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin, has died in a prison near the Arctic Circle. We look at …
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We look at Russia's economy after the opposition leader Alexei Navalny is reported to have died at the "Polar Wolf" Arctic penal colony where he was serving a three-decade jail term. Also on the programme, investment firms quit a global investor coalition which was pushing companies to rein in climate-damaging emissions. And Indian election bonds a…
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Microsoft's Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has announced four of its Xbox- exclusive games will be available on other consoles for the first time, the news comes after an increase in multi-platform games by Microsoft. Roger Hearing finds out what this means for the gaming industry going forward. We also hear from local business in the US to hear how they …
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