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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.

Winner of CBC's WireTap Animation Contest: Johanna Haeseker

Toronto - Johanna Haeseker, 14, has been announced as the winner of WireTap with Jonathon Goldstein's First Ever Animation Tournament Of Champions and is awarded the grand prize of an iPad.

Op-Ed: Justin Trudeau Liberal Leadership race: Week 3

Ottawa - In which the erstwhile reporter teaches Canada's national press the proper definition of icon and Carneys while offering a backwards off kilter not regretful and insincere apology to G&M's John Ibbitson.

Peter Mansbridge of CBC joins Gangnam Style parody

Stratford - Peter Mansbridge, the anchor of the CBC National news report, takes part in an parody of the famous, Gangnam Style, South Korean pop single by singer PSY.

Op-Ed: Justin Trudeau Liberal Leadership race: Week 1

Montreal - This week Justin Trudeau began his race for Leader of the Liberal Party in earnest by jetting from this great nation's coast to coast and along the way met the proletariat, gained an important ally and the attention of former PM Brian Mulroney.

Inventors, brothers, featured on Dragon's Den Special

The pressure was on when brothers and business partners, Sean and Lee Renshaw, got ready to showcase their invention on live television in front of a panel of judges, in boxers. But the pitch was a success.

Op-Ed: CBC blog about US denying plans to invade Canada removed

Toronto - A blog on CBC about an official denial by the US of plans to invade Canada has disappeared. Has the heavy ham hock of US foreign policy emerged from its cave, deleted a blog, and returned unto darkness from whence it came?

'The Jack Layton Story' biopic coming to a small screen near you

Winnipeg - In a joint production between the CBC, Pier 21 Films and Eagle Vision Inc., the life of Jack Layton is coming to the small screen. Titled "Smilin’ Jack: The Jack Layton Story" it chronicles the 2011 federal election campaign.

Op-Ed: CBC Music gives away digital tunes for free

Toronto - Canada's public broadcaster wastes taxpayers' money venturing into online music streaming by delivering popular, commercial content without user fees.

Music Monday prepares to unite Canada in song

Toronto - Music students from across Canada will make their voices heard in song on May 7 as part of an annual event raising awareness about the importance of music education in schools.

Harper budget forces CBC to cut staff by 650, original TV shows

Toronto - Over the next three years, the Canadian federal government will slash its $1.1 billion funding for CBC by 10 percent. This has prompted the CBC to make significant changes to its workforce, programs and business model.

Neverbloomers: Examining what it means to be an adult Special

Montreal - Sharon Hyman has been described by the Montreal Gazette as “a one-woman film industry.” She produces, writes, directs, edits, and stars in her own movies. But despite this accomplishment, she doesn’t feel like an adult.

Report: 730 CBC employees earning $100,000, names not disclosed

Toronto - After some Members of Parliament demanded salary details from the CBC, a new, recently released report shows that there are 730 employees who earn at least $100,000. The CBC will not say, though, who is making how much.

Op-Ed: The old vs. the new — AP’s NewsRight vs. Google and Twitter

Sydney - AP, like News Corp press and some others, have been bitching about news aggregators for years. They’re seen as “stealing” news and undermining the bottom line of these previously exclusive sources. There’s a few things wrong with this position.

Mike Milbury coach, manager, broadcaster will not face charges

Boston - Former NHL star and Boston Bruin player Mike Milbury was charged with assault for allegedly assaulting his sons teammate at a local 12-year-old peewee hockey game, and now all charges have been withdrawn.

Hockey commentator Don Cherry refuses honorary degree at RMC

Toronto - Don Cherry, broadcaster for CBC and host of Coaches Corner on HNIC has refused to attend Royal Military College to accept an honorary Doctorate degree due to a "circus" atmosphere.

Tension mounting between CBC and Quebecor

Ottawa - Tension is mounting between Canada's public broadcaster and Quebecor Inc., a Quebec-based conservative media empire over access to information requests made to the CBC.

Op-Ed: Important issues surrounding Toronto mayor's 911 calls

Toronto - Whether or not Toronto Mayor Rob Ford called 911 operators "bitches" or how many times he used the F-word, there are serious issues arising out of his confrontation with the CBC's Mary Walsh that need to be addressed.

Did Toronto Mayor curse at 911 dispatchers after CBC incident?

Toronto - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has made headlines all week. This time, following his confrontation with CBC comedian Mary Walsh, Ford allegedly called 911 and began to yell and curse at the dispatcher. A source called the original report, though, “inaccurate."

CBC braces for $100 million in cuts

Ottawa - The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is bracing for upwards of $100 million in service cuts from their $1.1 billion annual budget. The expected move has many people questioning the government's commitment to public broadcasting.
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DigitalJournal.com editor David Silverberg discussing on CBC the top tech successes and failures of 2010
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Jack Layton (played by Rick Roberts) deals with the press in the upcoming CBC biopic "Jack".
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