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"cbc news" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WTVN

"Have to tell you now we're becoming quite afraid China reporting seven hundred deaths I'm directed a CBC news as we head on into the Friday overnight hours temperatures are continuing to tell mobile and our overnight low will eventually sit in the low to mid twenties with it is mostly cloudy skies minus a stray flurry or two Saturday we have spotty snow showers throughout the day accumulations looking to be less than an inch high temperature sits at just thirty five degrees I'm AT C. six first warning forecaster Caroline calling on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory well we went over ninety one thousand members and paranormal day dot com that were only nine hundred seventy people away from ninety two thousand so let's give it a try it's free to sign up paranormal date dot com paranormal date dot com if you decide to upgrade use code of Valentine if you would we're going to use that for just another week or so.

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Trump speaks in N.C. after celebrating his Senate acquittal

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:07 min | 8 months ago

Trump speaks in N.C. after celebrating his Senate acquittal

"Trump is celebrating his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial who is evil was corrupted was dirty cops it was leakers suppliers CBC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen good morning he didn't have a celebratory tone to his voice however we were really expecting this triumphant victory lap and I think we got the first hint of it yesterday morning when the president was at the national prayer breakfast an annual event in DC and he spoke in just such a somber dark tone his voice was hoarse perhaps from being up late the night before we knew he was tweeting after midnight and that continued in the afternoon you know he had cheering applauding people in front of them members of Congress his staff his lawyers and there was a celebrant Tory feel to it but the president didn't just focus on the impeachment you know he went through his list of grievances from the past couple of years and he was really venting about all of this I think there has been a lot of talk this week from Republican members of Congress people close to the president you say we hope you just moves on put this in your rear view mirror and shift your focus put it behind you and look towards the reelection senator Chuck Grassley in fact tweeted yesterday that he hoped the president would be the healer in chief now for the nation a little bit of a conciliatory outreach we did not see that yesterday from the president there was no remorse no concession and he did anything wrong despite Republican saying they hoped he would just give a little bit and what are Democrats saying will there be more investigations Lucy yesterday said there is nothing in the books there's nothing right now that they're planning there's nothing on the horizon that said I think it was striking the she didn't totally close the door on it because you know we got a lot of things that could still be coming up for member jumbled Madoc and had him a lot recently that book hasn't come out yet it will at some point and for now all we've seen are exurbs of The New York Times has seen at some point that text will be out and there could be more information in there because of course Democrats really really want to Bolton to testify there was a an insinuation by the president yesterday that there's some people may have a price to pay for putting him through all of this yeah I mean his press secretary said that flat out on fox news yesterday that Democrat should be held accountable for what they did to him and that maybe people should pay for that that was greeted with a pretty swift backlash people said that was a chilling comment from the press secretary to the president might be seeking a political retribution against people that he feels wronged him they haven't said exactly what he would do but I think we're just seeing it already with that Ronnie and how aggressively the president is criticizing him for being that one Republican vote that was guilty on the first article of impeachment alright Karen thanks for your time have a great weekend CBC's Karen Travers with us from the White House The Washington Post is reporting the president trump plans to push out a national security official who testified against him during the impeachment inquiry lieutenant colonel Alexander Vendramin said during his testimony that right matters and that's why he agreed to testify the post claims the trump will have then been reassigned to the defense department pushing him out of the White House CNN is reporting that there are indications also that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney may be on the verge of being pushed

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"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:50 min | 8 months ago

"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO

"CBC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen good morning he didn't have a celebratory tone to his voice however you know we were really expecting is triumphant victory lap and I think we got the first hint of it yesterday morning when the president was at the national prayer breakfast an annual event in DC and he spoke in just such a somber dark tone his voice was hoarse perhaps from being up late the night before we knew he was tweeting after midnight and that continued in the afternoon you know he had cheering applauding people in front of them members of Congress is staff his lawyers and there was a celebrant Tory feel to it but the president didn't just focus on the impeachment you know he went through his list of grievances from the past couple of years and he was really venting about all of this I think there has been a lot of talk this week from Republican members of Congress people close to the president who say we hope we just moved on put this in your rear view mirror and shift your focus put it behind you and look towards the reelection senator Chuck Grassley in fact tweeted yesterday that he hoped the president would be the healer in chief now for the nation a little bit of a conciliatory outreach we did not see that yesterday from the president there was no remorse no concession and he did anything wrong despite Republican saying they hoped he would just give a little bit and what are Democrats saying will there be more investigations Lucy yesterday said there is nothing in the books there's nothing right now they're planning there's nothing on the horizon that said I think it was striking the she didn't totally closed the door on it because you know we got a lot of things that could still be coming up for member jumbled Madoc and had him a lot recently that book hasn't come out yet it will at some point and for now all we've seen are exurbs at The New York Times has seen at some point that text will be out and there could be more information in there because of course Democrats really really wanted Bolton to testify there was a an insinuation by the president yesterday that there's some people may have a price to pay for putting him through all of this yeah I mean his press secretary said that flat out on fox news yesterday that Democrats should be held accountable for what they did to him and that maybe people should pay for that that was greeted with a pretty swift backlash people so that was a chilling comment from the press secretary to the president might be seeking a political retribution against people that he feels wronged him they haven't said exactly what he would do but I think we're just seeing it already with Mitt Romney and how aggressively the president's criticizing him for being that one Republican vote that was guilty on the first article of impeachment alright Karen thanks for your time have a great weekend CBC's Karen Travers with us from the White House cold is time five twenty hello insurance money update US Attorney General bill Barr is proposing a new way to battle the Chinese telecommunications giant bar suggesting that the United States and its allies take controlling stakes in Nokia and Ericsson to counter while his dominance in the five G. market during a speech bar described while way as a deep threats that would give Beijing unprecedented leverage over the U. S. and western industries if left on contested the January employment report will be released this morning in about ten minutes and ABC's Terry all bigger has a preview it may be the labor department's first jobs report of twenty twenty but economists don't expect it to look much different from the December twenty nineteen report with a hundred fifty thousand jobs created earlier this week eighty piece monthly survey of hiring by private companies showed a gain of two hundred ninety one thousand jobs last month citing warmer than usual weather that may have had more people out looking for work analysts say unemployment nationally should remain at a fifty year low about three and a half percent the one question they have is wages they've been growing but not by as much as experts would like Terry Alden or ABC news and Wall Street seems to be taking wait and see attitude on the jobs numbers and everything else this morning the Dow futures are down about a hundred fourteen points traffic and weather but next year on the come all morning news it's five twenty one como news site.

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"cbc news" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"cbc news" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Being convicted put CBC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz you're listening to ABC news coming up now on eight ten and this is the time we do traffic and weather together and we'll talk to the house looking out looking great on I eighty from rose valley at nine minutes now I get to the cap cities split on the eastbound side of I. eighty across the top count get a solo vehicle accident reported in the center divide between Troxel in Northgate he tenses are showing a delay their cattle slowing on the cap city freeway westbound right around El Camino the split to downtown ten minutes full speed in from elk Grove on I five thirteen minutes to make the drive twenty two one ninety nine that's in heavy traffic beginning about mac fifty westbound from fulsome a twenty one minute drive in the downtown east downside is where you find the slowing earlier accident at fifty First Street is gone if the up front into the backup is breaking up the back and goes all the way to harbor in the middle of that at sixteenth street got an axe and reported on eastbound highway fifty let's get a fender Bender reported westbound fifty eight Jefferson everything is over on the shoulder reportedly speed sensors are showing any delays there again all of the slowing is on the eastbound side if you make the trip in from what went on I five twenty four minutes to downtown will slowing from just passed a readable by the garden highway coming in from Davis it's twenty four minutes the slowing happens once you get the harbor on highway fifty westbound eighty got an accident a west capital that's because go back up all the way across the a bike break been bridge traffic on the cans every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. today will be sunny with but a gusty north wind will continue to increase some gusts to be around thirty miles an hour highs will be in the mid sixties tonight clear less when temperatures down the upper thirties to low forties tomorrow clouds increasing and storm is.

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"cbc news" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"cbc news" Discussed on The Jump

"I want you to know so because I love this part of the show so much I know. I have a tendency at times to go a little long but today I'm GonNa keep it short literally. This is a story about shorts or rather it's a story about pants and one man's refusal to wear them until his favorite football team brings home a championship. Our Heroes Name is Chris Matthew. He's a fan of the Winnipeg blue bombers Canadian football team that hasn't won a title since one thousand nine hundred thousand one. Chris was so sure his beloved bombers summers were going to win the Grey Cup which is the equivalent of the Super Bowl that he made a bet with a friend that he would not wear pants until his team won a championship. Well it's been eighteen years and they have not walked and throughout that time unless he's attending a funeral where the people in attendance don't know about the bed. Chris Matthew has never worn pants now. I think it's important to stress. Here he lives in Canada but even in the winter he has stuck by his pledge edge now perhaps the biggest surprise in the story is that despite all of this Chris has managed to stay married and when is incredibly patient wife was asked about the bet by. CBC News She come a little slack. Darla Matthew had to say quote I don't care he likes it and I know that win or lose. He likes the shorts and he complains but I think he loves the attention. We can want him on the street when it's cold out and I have a fur coat and he's in shorts and people stare and I just assured them yes. He's an idiot. So why am I telling you this story now. Well this Sunday. The bombers are headed to resign after the semi-final game against the statue on rough writers. If they win there they'll play in the Grey Cup on November twenty fourth. And if they win their buckle up Chris or button or exhibit up just went on pants. I mean times and this has been E._S._p._N.. Daily I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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12 candidates qualify for 4th Democratic debate

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

12 candidates qualify for 4th Democratic debate

"Of the Democrats who want to take on president trump debate for the fourth time tonight the debate in Westerville Ohio tough state for the Democrats president trump one Ohio big get into state trending read but this suburb of Columbus has been trending blue tonight twelve Democrats take the stage here ten of the twelve were last month CBC news debate but there are two additions tonight told C. Gabbard who qualified in billionaire hedge fund investor Tom Steiner will join this

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"cbc news" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"cbc news" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"You'll just have to buy a new one when that's absolutely not true. So this is the CBC story. CBC news the national. I'm not gonna play it. Because like I said, I want you to see it. But I have the link to this in the show notes. And it's a it's about a woman who is doing work to recover data on broken apple devices and so- CBC again goes to an apple store to try and get something reclaimed after off of a damaged iphone and they're told by the geniuses. There's no way to do. It can't do it. You can't get information off of this busted phone, and then they bring it to her. And she'd totally pulls the information off of this phone, she even like, they they go they do sort of a gimmicky feel good story about a couple. They go on vacation, they take over a thousand photographs and then they soak the phone while going on a canoe ride, and they just can't and it took weeks, but she got the photos off of the phone, and it's too slow Tyrian so motions. And so I mean, so again some gimmick to this. But this is a this is a smaller part of a greater conversation about the right to repair your stuff. Do you? Own the gadgets that you buy and who should be allowed to tell you what you can or can't fix. And there are obviously some concerns. I am sure. There are some good intention to people at apple that want to maintain the highest possible quality your standard for service. And that's why they may be look at. Keeping you in house at apple. But apple is a retail arm has every interest in getting you to flip a product as quickly as you can you gave.

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"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO

"CBC news at seven o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Cheri Preston. President Trump announcing a pair of nominations to key posts today. He's picking State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert to be the next UN ambassador and for attorney general the president before boarding marine. One said, he's tapping former attorney general William bar first choice from day one respected by Republicans had respected by Democrats. More from ABC's. Karen Travers, President Trump's pick to be the next attorney general William bar has remained neutral on the legitimacy of Robert Muller's Russia probe, but he did take issue with the political affiliations of those on Muller's team bar told the Washington Post in July of twenty seventeen that prosecutors make political contributions are identifying fairly strongly with the political party special counsel's office is expected to file new papers today, we may learn why investigators now say former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort lied to them the president this morning, though, not talking about his chief of staff. John Kelly sources tell ABC news. The president is ready to replace Kelly likely in the next few days. On Capitol Hill is former FBI had James Comey arrived for a closed-door hearing of the judiciary committee Komi is promising to speak afterwards about his testimony. We have new jobs numbers in the Labor Department says one hundred fifty five thousand were created last month that's below expectations. But TD Ameritrade JJ Canan says it in really hot that is higher than expectations. I think the market would have been very nervous about what the fed was going to do with rates going forward. Search goes on for five marines missing after mid air collision off the coast of Japan. They're refueling tanker, which is essentially a flying gas station was attempting to refuel and F eighteen fighter jet in the dark of night. When the two airplanes collided, the marines, and the fighter jet injected from their aircraft and a locator beacon would have guided rescuers to their location, that's ABC's, Martha rabbits, you're listening to ABC.

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"cbc news" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"If you buy tickets through TicketMaster, there's a service charge. And I've paid it a million times. It's a member the fight that Pearl Jam started with them over this. There was a huge grind bands. That were like you. Don't get charge nine dollars a ticket. We're the ones performing they're the ones who are coming to this shit. Service charge and every ticket. I just recently bought tickets for Parkway. Courts. I love those guys. Yeah. My kid's gonna he loves them too. So he's going to go see them. So I went online your youngest. Yes. He's got good taste in music. Thank you. I'll tell him you said. So he you're his hero. So he he asked for the tickets, and he's like, oh, you know, how hard time finding them online. And I go to my look, and he's like all these resellers. I'm like just go to TicketMaster and type it in there. Like, you you got to go. We'll place where you're not buying secondhand. And there it is and it's cheaper. And then you put it in your cart. And they had I don't know what it was. But I think it was like nine dollars. I don't know what each service price was. But it was significant. It's not even like like, I okay, I can see a dollar for them printing out the tickets to your house, or whatever, you whatever they do two dollars, even but it was a lot of money. So that's bad enough. Right. There are they're charging you a sales price. Right. Turns out they actually help scalpers get tickets and then sell them to you at inflated prices, allegedly undercover journalist from CBC news in the Toronto Star posed a scalpers at a live entertainment convention this summer, and they say TicketMaster tried to involve them in the scheme. Here's this is all allegations. But here's how it works. The scalpers buy tickets with.

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Ticketmaster schemes with scalpers so you pay more

Overnight America

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Ticketmaster schemes with scalpers so you pay more

"There's been a lot of third party resale sites that have cut into it. And I think TicketMaster understands that CBC did undercover investigation. And this is what they call a public relations nightmare TicketMaster recruits pros for secret scalper program, photos and everything here. So the CBC news investigative journalism and journalists Dave Seguin's went undercover as a scalper at a ticket industry convention in Las Vegas where a sales team from TicketMaster was pitching scalpers on its professional reseller program. You wanna talk about collusion TicketMaster colluding in hiring in reselling their own tickets and order to Jack up the prices on them. So they're they're the ones that are controlling the resale market or at least trying to. Is this is what I'm getting from this CBC investigation. And it's not just in Canada came to Las Vegas. They came to the United States for this. So let me let's go over this because this is crazy box office giant TicketMaster recruiting professional scalpers who cheat its own system to expand its resale business in squeeze more money out of its fans. The CBC news Toronto Star investigation reveals so in July, the news outlets and a pair of reporters undercover to ticket summit two thousand eighteen the ticketing live entertainment convention in Las Vegas. Posting scalpers equipment with hidden cameras that journalists were pitched on ticket masters professional reseller program. Says I have brokers that have literally a couple of hundred accounts. It's not something that

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TicketMaster, Las Vegas and CBC News discussed on Chip Franklin

Chip Franklin

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

TicketMaster, Las Vegas and CBC News discussed on Chip Franklin

"Take a master is in the midst of a public relations nightmare after an undercover investigation accuses the box office giant of colluding with scalpers as part of a joint investigation. Canada's CBC news in Toronto Star sent a pair of undercover reporters to ticketing convention in Las Vegas, wearing hidden cameras and posing scalpers the journalists were pitched on take masters professional reseller program company wraps told them TicketMaster resale division turns a blind Ida scalpers who used ticket buying bots and fake identities to snatch up tickets, and then resell them on the side for inflated prices, those pricey resale tickets include extra fees, four

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He wanted to save on car insurance. But no one expected this

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

He wanted to save on car insurance. But no one expected this

"It's time to go beyond the headlines this morning's Mike Gavin is finally here back welcome back with a look at some of the other stories you'll. Be talking about this morning good morning well. The men of the world are well aware Jen and we often pay higher. Car insurance rates than women do even if not all of us are reckless behind the wheel that's forcing, at, least one man to take extreme measures in order to save. A few bucks quitting to report a Canadian. Man legally changed his gender to female so he can. Take advantage of better car, insurance rates offered to women and save up. To nearly eleven hundred Canadian dollars a man identified only as David who lives in Alberta told CBC news that he. Was given a quota forty five hundred. Canadian dollars for the insurance of eight Chevrolet, Cruze he wanted to buy the insurance told him his yearly Bill would be around eleven hundred dollars less if he was a woman David, said he, was pretty angry about that so he, decided to, try to take. Advantage of lower rates by trying. To beat the System to make this work David had. Legally changed his gender on. A birth certificate which required a doctor's note just weeks later after submitting all the documentation David. Was legally. A, female and was subjected to lower premium rates for, the insurance as you might imagine not everyone is giving David. Hi fives for, this move he's received criticism from the transgender. Community and from Canadian lawmakers who are accusing him of perjury who's this doctor apparently he said it was very easy to do he just had had to go. To a doctor and said this is what. I would like to do and the doctor I couldn't say no if he. Wanted to sort of again identify as a woman he says you look I'm not trying to do the, doctrine, to mock the transgender community I just want to lower rates. Just wanna to save money I just wanted. Just want to save money he didn't wanna take fifteen. Minutes to save money the, other way he just wanted to save money. This way so a lot of money to save I'm surprised nobody else has tried this It is and I'm guessing we'll probably close. Whatever loophole is in place year to allow him to do this. And nobody else does is because everybody else. Now is going to be rushing to. Their doctors to get notes today

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"cbc news" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Oh yeah right you know we sure an apartment so you have an apartment meet the cold roommates he's called my husband decided to call him my roommate i'm just checking out what the rooms are here would you ever just go ballistic on him or or whatnot for showering too early for showering too early why would i care that he's like why why would that upset me toronto canada a canadian police responded to a report of men assaulting his roommate for showering too early in the morning and this was bad because shower too early in the morning really upset him that that this guy got up so early in jumped in the shower and i don't know what the deal is maybe he was singing i don't know but you know they just happened one time too many he's to clean you are not thinking enough right at that hour shower whack now there has to be more to the story yeah was allowed singing in fact there's less to the story toronto police operations did not report any charges nor any other information about the suspect or the victim just posted the incident on twitter that were there when they need to call it so if you've been attack craig brewster admitted to the cbc news that such altercations are not the most effective use of police resources but encouraged residents to call the department if they feel the need don't be afraid to call the police were hearing aid us maybe we're not going to tell you about anything we're not going to tell you charged repressed just going to say hey this this happened okay so you are not happy with the hours in the schedule with some of the things that your roommate roommate is a twenty four year old man who really needs to go i love the kid i love him clanging around cooking in the kitchen to in the morning and and absolutely no filter whatsoever on how we we don't try to close the doors quietly we don't try to nope we opened coverage slam cupboard we opened the door closed the door oh so actually for the last three days we've had to be at work at the.

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"cbc news" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Remind you the small business is big business in your business is our business you've got a roommate your husband out i call my husband is that is that what we call them sure i do share space yeah lives with me yeah right you do share a room we sure an apartment so you have an apartment meet cold roommates he's called my husband decided to call him my roommate i'm just checking on what the rules are here would you ever just go ballistic on him or or whatnot for showering too early for showering too early why would i care that he's like why why would that upset me in toronto canada a canadian police responded to report of man assaulting his roommate for showering too early in the morning and this was bad because shower too early in the morning really upset him that that this guy got up so early in jumped in the shower and i'm know what the deal is maybe he was singing i don't know but you know they just happened one time too many he's to clean you are not thinking enough right at that hour hi this hour work now there has to be more to the story the oh yeah was he loud singing factors less to the story police operations did not report any charges nor any other information about the suspect or the victim just posted the incident on twitter we want to know that we're there when they need to call it so if you've been attack greg brister admitted to the cbc news that such altercations are not the most effective use of police resources but encouraged residents to call the department if they feel the need don't be afraid to call the police were hearing aid us but maybe going to tell you about anything we're not gonna charge repressed we're just going to say hey this this happened well okay so you are not happy with the hours and the schedule with some of the things that you remain roommate is a twenty four year old man who really needs to go i love the kid i love him clanging around cook in the kitchen at two in the morning and and absolutely no filter whatsoever on how we we don't try to close the.

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"cbc news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That rainfall that we had on tuesday state road nineteen and noblesville is closed between connor street and feel drive so during this closure you might wanna use state road thirty seven which is just east of state road nineteen and this closure is expected to continue to through tomorrow morning's rush hour so just pay attention to that as you are making your way to work in putnam county we also have a closure that will last through today's rush hour so that closure state road forty two between us to thirty one and bowen road centering disclosure disconcerted using i seventy as an alternate route but let's so as you're making your way to work the good news all is moving up to speed olinda thank you new video this morning showing quite the crash on a canadian highway a semi driver was unaware that he was driving with his trailer up and once he got near an overpass the trailer just exploded that collision there sending a lot of canola seeds flying into the air wow cbc news says that the road here was closed for cleanup thankfully no one was hurt zombie like raccoons are scaring people in one ohio neighborhood of manses at a raccoon was exhibiting some extremely strange behavior he says it would stand up show its teeth and then fall over in a comatose state police in youngstown have been called it's more than a dozen similar situations just this past month the ohio department of natural resources says that it doesn't sound like rabies but rather a distemper virus it is five nineteen probably thankful for your smartphone or smart tv but do you have a need for smart bathrooms well this bathroom lax is a pilot program it's simple green means unoccupied red means that it is it's looking to eliminate some of those awkward moments as you look for a stall people can also use it to tell employees if something is wrong with the restroom like if it's dirty or fa toilet areas out of paper now passengers say for health reasons this could be very helpful i think the biggest thing is that germs right and so having the test stores in touch more things i don't wanna touch more.

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"cbc news" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WJR 760

"And i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being here this morning we do thank you we'll get to more your calls and comments coming up here on the latest agreed upon bipartisan spending plan a lot of people wanna get their comments in on that couple other stories are want to get to a federal cabinet minister says a directive to service candidate agents telling them to use gender neutral language such as parent instead of mother or father when speaking to the public was badly worded and will be corrected the directive obtained by radio canada the french language arm of the canadian broadcasting corporation in strucks service candidate employees who interact with the public to stay away from terms such as mr mrs father and mother mother mother yeah don't say monday aim under a mother and to use genderneutral language or gender inclusive language this avoids portraying a perceived bias towards a particular sex or gender says a copy of the speaking notes prepared for managers and team leaders it's important that we as an organization reflect canada's diverse population and ensure that the views and interests of canadians were taken into account when we develop policies program programs services and initiatives the move was quickly mocked by the conservative opposition who suggested father's day and mother's day would be renamed to be gender neutral but in an interview with the cbc news the director said that the this is more about asking canadians how they wish to be addressed the director of that was sent this morning was confusing and it will be corrected after they get called on it it's always confusing isn't it sorry it was confusing hillary attacking women i'm sorry you were confused what i meant was i know you're controlled by your man because i've been controlled by man i hope i have clarified this just talking and grace was the last it was a great caller last hour ju just talking about an in general you know where the where the two parties are going in and you know when we talk about but there still are differences major differences in the party's debt and.

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"cbc news" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being here this morning we do thank you we'll get to more your calls and comments coming up here on the latest agreed upon bipartisan spending plan a lot of people wanna get their comments in on that a couple other stories i wanna get to a federal cabinet minister says a directive to service candidate agents telling them to use gender neutral language such as parent instead of mother or father when speaking to the public was badly worded and will be corrected the directive obtained by radio canada the french language arm of the canadian broadcasting corporation in strucks service candidate employees who interact with the public to stay away from terms such as mr mrs father and mother mother mother yeah don't say monday aim under a mother and to use genderneutral language or gender inclusive language this avoids portraying a perceived bias towards a particular sex or gender says a copy of the speaking notes prepared for managers and team leaders it's important that we as an organization reflect canada's diverse population and ensure that the views and interests of canadians are taken into account when we develop policies program programs services and initiatives the move was quickly mocked by the conservative opposition who suggested father's day and mother's day would be renamed to be gender neutral but in an interview with the cbc news the director said that the this is more about asking canadians how they wish to be addressed the director of that was sent this morning was confusing and it will be corrected after they could call it's always confusing isn't it sorry it was confusing hillary attacking women i'm sorry you were confused what i meant was i know you're controlled by your man because i've been controlled by my man i hope i have clarified this you know just talking and grace was last it was a great caller last hour ju just talking about an in general you know where where the two parties are going in and you know when we talk about but there still are differences major differences in the party's debt and.

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"cbc news" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WTMA

"And i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being here this morning we do thank you we'll get to more your calls and comments coming up here on the latest agreed upon bipartisan spending plan a lot of people wanna get their comments in on that a couple other stories are wanna get to a federal cabinet minister says a directive to service candidate agents telling them to use gender neutral language such as parent instead of mother or father when speaking to the public was badly worded and will be corrected the directive obtained by radio canada the french language arm of the canadian broadcasting corporation in strucks service candidate employees who interact with the public to stay away from terms such as mr mrs father and mother mother mother yeah don't say monday aim under a mother and to use genderneutral language or gender inclusive language this avoids portraying a perceived bias towards a particular sex or gender says a copy of the speaking notes prepared for managers and team leaders it's important that we as an organization reflect canada's diverse population and ensure that the views and interests of canadians were taken into account when we develop policies program programs services and initiatives the move was quickly mocked by the conservative opposition who suggested father's day and mother's day would be renamed to be gender neutral but an interview with the cbc news the director said that the this is more about asking canadians how they wish to be addressed the director that was sent this morning was confusing and it will be corrected after they get called on it it's always confusing isn't it sorry it was confusing hillary attacking women i'm sorry you were confused what i meant was i know you're controlled by your man because i've been controlled by my man i hope i have clarified this you know just talking and grace was the last it was a great caller last hour just talking about an in general you know where the where the two parties are going in and you know when we talk about but there still are differences major differences in the party's debt and.

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"cbc news" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being here this morning we do thank you we'll get to more your false and comments coming up here on the latest agreed upon bipartisan spending plan a lot of people wanna get their comments in on that couple other stories are wanna get to a federal cabinet minister says a directive to service candidate agents telling them to use gender neutral language such as parent instead of mother or father when speaking to the public was badly worded and will be corrected the directive obtained by radio canada the french language arm of the canadian broadcasting corporation instructs service candidate employees who interact with the public to stay away from terms such as mr mrs father and mother mother mother yeah don't say monday aim under mother and to use genderneutral language or gender inclusive language this avoids portraying a perceived bias towards a particular sex or gender says a copy of the speaking notes prepared for managers and team leaders it's important that we as an organization reflect canada's diverse population and ensure that the views and interests of canadians for taken into account when we develop policies program programs services and initiatives the move was quickly mocked by the conservative opposition who suggested father's day and mother's day would be renamed to be gender neutral but in an interview with the cbc news the director said that the this is more about asking canadians how they wish to be addressed the director of that was sent this morning was confusing and it will be corrected after they get called on and it's always confusing isn't it sorry it was confusing hillary attacking women i'm sorry you were confused what i meant was i know you're controlled by your man because i've been controlled by man i hope i have clarified this you know just talking the and grace was the last it was a great caller last hour just talking about in in general you know where were the two parties are going in and when we talk about but there still are differences major differences in the party's debt and spending just one.

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"cbc news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"French language arm of the canadian broadcasting corporation instructs service candidate employees who interact with the public to stay away from terms such as mr mrs father and mother mother mother yeah don't say monday eight under mother and to use genderneutral language or gender inclusive language this avoids poor training proceed biased towards a particular sex or gender says a copy of the speaking notes prepared for managers and team leaders it's important that we as an organization reflect canada's diverse population and ensure that the views and interests of canadians for taken into account when we develop policies program programs services and initiatives the move was quickly mocked by the conservative opposition who suggested father's day and mother's day would be renamed to be gender neutral but in an interview with the cbc news the director said that the this is more about asking canadians how they wish to be addressed the direct from that was sent this morning was confusing and it will be corrected after they call that it's always confusing isn't it sorry it was confusing hillary attacking women i'm sorry you were confused what i meant was i know you're controlled by your man because i've been controlled by my man i hope i have clarified this you know just talking and grace was the last caller last hour just talking about in in general you know where where the two parties are going in and you know when we talk about but there still are differences major differences in the party's debt and his one of them right now there may still be a little bit of difference democrats were fully in charge they might be spending you know they they might be two trillion dollar debt who knows but there still is a difference there's a difference culturally this difference on many constitutional amendments the first amendment the second amendment before amendment major differences in how the parties the majority of those the parties agree with it then we get to the delusional part of the democrat party for example the trans racialism that they're not pushing as you can be whatever about you can be whatever race you wanna be you can be whatever sex you wanna be.

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"cbc news" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"More news now i hear the ron and don show public shaming of of kids this out of canada from cbc news it says this every day that a child has to walk two miles to school or i i think it's seven kilometers warmer canada what says four miles they have a cardboard sign is two young kids i said being bad and rude to our bus driver mom's making us walk this morning and that's what they had to do this was up in ontario and then there was a facebook posting of the picture of these two little kids it freezing cold tail school bus and so he's going around five miles an hour in his truck filming this in commentating as his son runs this son was only a little over a mile everybody welcome to you better listen to your dad two thousand eighteen well my son is finally got in trouble on the bus enough to where he got actually kicked off the bus for three days because he was being a little bully which i do not tolerate therefore he has to now run to school we're right about one mile from the school the good news is i guess he keeps up a pretty good pace six miles an hour so far even though training this morning he still gets to run this right here is your simple you know ironically since he's gonna run into school this week is behaviors been much better as teachers have approved this right here just old school simple parenting this ain't kill nobody this is a healthy way for a child to be punished because it's exercise something that a lot of people don't think children's duty more so you just stick them behind dam xbox for the rest of their lives.

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"cbc news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"cbc news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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