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Review: 'X Company' ends stellar season with devastating 'August 19th' Special

The Camp X spies lose one of their own and Faber makes a stunning choice as X Company's outstanding second season comes to a close.

Review: X Company 2.09: The spies are pushed to the brink Special

In the penultimate episode of the season, the team attempts two daring missions as Allied forces land on the beaches of Dieppe.

'X Company' star Connor Price previews 'huge' two-part finale Special

Ontario's Connor Price tells Digital Journal about his early start in acting, his behind-the-camera interests, and the 'X Company' finale that will make viewers "go crazy."

Review: X Company 2.08: 'Fatherland' Special

Faber tracks down Sabine and Aurora on a train, leading to the exposure of painful truths in 'X Company' 2.08: "Fatherland."

Review: X Company 2.07: 'La Vérité Vous Rendre Libre' Special

X Company 2.07: With team divisions deepening, Aurora heads to Paris to meet with Sabine. Meanwhile, Neil makes a mistake that costs many lives.

Review: X Company 2.06: 'Black Flag' Special

Harry's decision to go over Aurora's head to assassinate a German general leads to devastating consequences in X Company 2.06: "Black Flag."

Audio: Tech experts weigh in on the Apple-FBI controversy

Toronto - Apple's refusal to comply with FBI request to access San Bernadino shooter's communications is a line in the sand, says the president of B2B News Network Jen Evans (B2B NN is a Digital Journal media partner).

Review: CBC's 'X Company' makes frenetic return Special

CBC's hit spy thriller 'X Company' kicks off its sophomore season with a tense, emotional premiere as the Camp X team deals with Alfred's capture.

Torri Higginson faces her mortality in CBC's 'This Life' Special

Torri Higginson tells Digital Journal that playing a dying mom in the new CBC drama "This Life" was "intimidating," but the role made her a stronger person.

CBC raising the bar with Schitt's Creek Special

Toronto - Second City/SCTV alumni Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara have teamed up once again for the CBC television series, Schitt’s Creek.

CBC pulling Jian Ghomeshi interviews from archives, listeners mad

The CBC announced on air on Monday that they will pull all of the interviews former host Jian Ghomeshi did on 'Q' off of their online archives page. The majority of listeners who have reacted disagree with and are angry about the decision.

Why Canadian homeopaths can sell unproven vaccine alternatives

An investigation by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation show Marketplace reveals some alternative health practitioners are offering unproven vaccine "alternatives" to parents. Also, they are downplaying the danger of ailments such as measles.

Jian Ghomeshi in custody, charged with sexual assault and choking

Toronto police announced this morning that former Canadian radio host Jian Ghomeshi has been charged with four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking. The maximum penalty Ghomeshi could receive if found guilty is life imprisonment.

Jian Ghomeshi withdraws CBC lawsuit, must pay costs

Embattled former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi is back in the news today as he did what many said last month he would do - he withdrew his $55 million lawsuit against the broadcaster. He launched the suit the day following his firing on Oct. 26.

On Jian Ghomeshi: CBC exec says broadcaster should have done more

In interviews with her staff, the head of CBC English language programming gave the broadcaster's side of the Jian Ghomeshi scandal. Heather Conway spoke to Peter Mansbridge on TV and to Carol Off on the radio. She admitted mistakes were made.

Jian Ghomeshi puts up his dukes and hires pitbull lawyer

The disgraced Jian Ghomeshi sent a strong signal today that he is not going to go quietly into the sexual assault night. Mr. Ghomeshi hired Marie Henein of Henein Hutchison LLP, known as one of the toughest and most tenacious lawyers in Toronto.

Op-Ed: Jian Ghomeshi: Isn't anybody out there worried about him?

Let's start here: I get it that Jian Ghomeshi would appear to have, allegedly has, done some lousy, mean, vicious things of a potentially criminal nature. I've even condemned him in a op:ed recently. But the whole country is condemning him now.

Police launch assault investigation into Jian Ghomeshi

It now appears that three of the nine women who have said they were attacked by Jian Ghomeshi have come forward and complained to Toronto police. The police have launched an investigation into the former CBC radio host.

Fired by CBC, Jian Ghomeshi claims rough sex habits consensual

The former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio host Jian Ghomeshi, fired on Sunday, issued a statement saying rough sex he engages in is consensual. The CBC only said they could no longer employ him and didn't reveal any more specific details.

Op-Ed: With 'data about data' — Illegal is not illegal

If you’re a Canadian citizen who travels by airplane, there’s a good chance Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) is spying on you (or has) in an illegal and ineffective manner.

'NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other' coming to CBC

Toronto - CBC television is bringing hockey fans a behind the scenes look at the NHL teams and players, with the Canadian premiere of "NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other" on January 23rd.

Chris Hadfield joins CBC News

Toronto - Starting January 20, Colonel Chris Hadfield will be a regular contributor to CBC News in Canada. He will bring his insights on pressing issues using his unique perspective from an inspired and exciting career and life.

Op-Ed: Maybe Rogers should fire Don Cherry

Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) needs to change or Rogers Communications will make changes. I'm not a television producer. But I think like one. And whoever calls the shots at HNIC must start doing the same.

CBC announces Sochi winter Olympic programming

There are now less than 100 days until the start of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games on February 7, 2014. CBC has announced the network’s broadcast team, which includes hosts Ron MacLean and Scott Russell.

Op-Ed: Prime Minister Harper wants CBC to be state controlled

Ottawa - The Conservative government of Stephen Harper has given the cabinet power to approve salaries, working conditions, and collective bargaining positions for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Canada's public broadcaster.

Voting for CBC's 'Short Film Face-Off' finals opens today Special

The Canada-wide short film contest, now in its sixth season, has whittled the competition down to its final three participating films and today, it's your turn to vote.

U.S. Atlantic puffin population at-risk according to CBC

The Atlantic puffin population is at risk in the United States, and there are signs the seabirds are in distress in other parts of the world, says CBC.

Review: CBC's 'Jack' is an uncritical valentine to the late NDP leader Special

Is it too soon for a TV movie about Jack Layton? Yes – but the reason has nothing to do with sensitivity about the Canadian political leader's relatively recent passing. It's more about balance: nobody's ready for a fully objective depiction yet.

Rick Roberts recreates the essence of Jack Layton in new CBC bio Special

Toronto - For any actor, playing a real-life celebrity is a tricky job. Especially when it's a well-loved, progressive politician who passed away less than two years ago. Like Canadian NDP leader Jack Layton, who's getting the biopic treatment from CBC.

Review: Randy Bachman's Vinyl Tap on CBC Radio One Special

Winnipeg - As Randy Bachman, one of Canada's foremost architects of pop music prepares to cross the formidable and daunting ice covered tundras of the great white north in support of his latest tour: Every Song Tells A Story, the composer answers 5 Questions for DJ.
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