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"cbc news" Discussed on WBUR
"NBC News with Myron Alderson. Benjamin Netanyahu has been announced it as prime minister of Israel after his record 12 year tenure after parliament approved a new coalition government. The chamber voted in the new administration to be lead for now by the right wing Jewish nationalist Naftali Bennett by just a single vote. It's a precarious coalition of eight parties from across the political spectrum. G seven leaders have ended a summit in Britain with pledges to help poorer nations tackle coronavirus and climate change they have undertaken to deliver over a billion doses to poorer countries. They've also reached unity In addressing challenges posed by China. President Biden hailed the meeting as extraordinarily collaborative and productive. He said. America was once more diplomatically engaged. But a coalition of 75 charities accused the G seven leaders of doing too little to end the pandemic or face up to what they call the climate Emergency. The activist group extinction rebellion blockaded roads out of the area where the summit was held. Swiss voters have narrowly rejected government proposals to limit carbon dioxide emissions. The referendum results throws into doubt the whole of Switzerland's strategy to comply with the Paris climate Change agreement. Tens of thousands of people have demonstrated in Madrid against Spain's plan to pardon nine jailed Catalan separatists. The protest was backed by right wing parties. The Socialist government says its plan for pardons will help calm tensions in the northeastern region. Police in Nicaragua have used a new treason law to arrest for female members of the opposition Enemas party. The detainees include a former minister of the Sandinista National Front 11 government opponents have been arrested so far Under the law, the Netherlands and Ukraine are facing off in the European Championships. The match in Amsterdam is the first time the two teams have met at a major football tournament. CBC News. Welcome back to news hour As the UK begins to emerge out of lockdown, many communities are still reeling from the impact of the covid 19 pandemic. Higher death rates and job losses have hit the UK's Bangladeshi community Hard and experts say that's taken a big toll on people's mental health, especially men. Malini save Ottosson reports. In our language on any words for like depression, So I think that makes it even harder. If there's not a language for it. How do I talk about it? The last time I went to a lamb is one of the few Bangladeshi male psychologists in the UK He spent the past year looking at how lockdown has affected men in his community. We get used to this way of living that we just provide and that we need to provide for survival, So I think that's something that might make it quite hard to actually pause and think about, Okay. How am I doing? Can I talk about this university He's in east London. The heart of the UK s 500,000 strong Bangladeshi community here, there's a sense of normality, returning women in headscarves, Kiefer, freshly major lobbies and samosas. While men pull out reams of embroidery to sell at the market stores, But many fear there is a hidden costs to the pandemic in the impact it's had on mental health. Imran Khan.
Nature Makes GMO Fish
"Skeptical of aqua bounties fast-growing salmon while nature makes genetically modified fish to next up. Why the effort to find a quote biological basis for being transgender is misguided and harmful and finally cure for sickle cell diseases inches closer with the launch of a major gene. Therapy trial very exciting stuff. But first up kevin. Let's talk about Natural gm fish apparently. Yeah this is really cool and this is a report that came out in. Cbc news which is canadian broadcasting company usually not writing very favorable things about genetic engineering because this isn't genetic engineering unless it's genetic engineering that nature did so the story goes back to a couple of researchers at queens university. A lorry graham and peter davies found this evidence a while ago now that there was this antifreeze gene that helped the rainbow smelt live through freezing temperatures so super cooling fish and some other organisms can endure temperatures below freezing because of a mechanisms that keep their cells from forming ice crystals. What interesting stuff going on there and if you think about it. These are cold-blooded so when it gets below freezing you have the risk of freezing so years ago. Probably a decade and a half. I guess they found this evidence that there was A this gene that that didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that that it that it looked like a in so we go over now to herring and smelt How was this hearing. Gene ending up and smelt the last time that they were related was by extremely distant ancestor. They said by the article article here. Two hundred and fifty million years ago so that was like the carbon difference period so these two individual lineages of fish split off pretty early a back before dinosaurs or you know and so this really cool so well same time as early dinosaurs.
"cbc news" Discussed on The Current
"I'm not sure they were refusing to to call the deportation of the exploitation expulsion of deportation. They called it an organized departure Which i think technically means we could apply. But i'm i'm not very optimistic. I mean we've had some you know kind of aggressive language from from the government spokesman office in the press office saying good. Stay where you are. We want you here and you know accusing us of being spies and that kind of rhetoric is common with with with the current government. They've accused bobby winds campaign You know kind of working for foreign influence and foreign journalists as well. You know the accused of being cia agents and things like that. So i'm not optimistic. But i i would love to go back. It's a beautiful country. We met a lot of amazing people and Certainly feel chagrin that we weren't table to kind of finish some of the stories. We've done we manage to get few but not all of the one that we wanted to tell and of course. It's going to be difficult for those journalist. Going in In the weeks ahead to try to tell the story of the election especially if things get some more violent on the ground. Appreciate your work. And i appreciate you telling us about what What you've been doing margaret. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Margaret evans foreign correspondent for cbc based in london for more cbc podcasts. Go to cbc dot ca slash podcasts..
"cbc news" Discussed on The Current
"Yuccas dow free. Bobby wine that is what protesters and uganda were demanding. After presidential candidate. Bobby wine was arrested. Two weeks ago for the second time that month fuelling violent demonstrations and clashes with police. The regular star turned politician has since been released on bail but that has done little to quell the political unrest in that country. Police say at least fifty. Four people have been killed and uganda's upcoming january election. Bobby wine is one of ten candidates challenging the president. You're wearing the seventy. He's been in power for thirty. Four years cbs's margaret. Evans was in uganda until friday when she into other. Cbc journalists were forced to leave. She's back in london now margaret. Good morning we just heard some of the reaction to bobby winds arrest. What's been going on in uganda since that arrest a couple of weeks ago well. Campaigning is been continuing If you walk down a crowded street in kampala it looks like any ordinary election there and really healthy robust to see campaign signs everywhere. You know candidates out in in various parts of the city handing out leaflets. Trying to talk to people but The unrest That you know you're just talking about we've just been hearing has continued And certainly the the bobby wine campaign says that they continue to be harassed and yesterday One of the vehicles that the campaign team was traveling in was apparently attacked. There's video of that And you can see a very angry. Bobby wine outside the car talking to police saying what are you trying to do where you trying to murder me. So it's still Really quite tense. And sort of the sense that Every time he comes under under pressure his supporters You wanna take to the streets. You spoke with bobby wine last night. What did he tell you. Well we talked about that incident yesterday. About how hard it is for him to campaign that he says that they're not allowed to use the main roads. The police are always trying to convince them to use secondary roads and he talked about You know the impact on his his family life and you know i We've seen some of the violence on the street. And he talked a friend of his who was hit in the face with a gas canister images of that getting very close to him bullet holes in the car. He's traveling in talked about having to get down on the floor to avoid bullets And so i asked him if he was afraid this is what he this is what he said hell yeah. We didn't realize every time. I leave for my little five year. Older calls me by the decadent. She doesn't want me to go. She makes me promise that i will come back home. Owners make that promise till friday. I know the regime is trying to take my life. But i also that allowed. I speak their long. I leave if i go silent. Are we indeed. Go citing as i mentioned. There are ten candidates looking to unseat the president. Wise bobby wine in particular being targeted. Well i mean he's quite a character. I mean they call him the ghetto president. You know he was raised in the of kampala. He then went on to have This musical career His real name is robert galanti and He's campaigning under that name. But everybody knows him as bobby wine and and he wrote songs about what it's like to grow up in the in the ghetto and and straw song addressing the government. Same you wanna be free it. He's also speaking to a really large population of young people. I think it's something like around..
"cbc news" Discussed on No Agenda
"Go back to sleep. Interning engine in tuning into no agenda, and then delaying ultimately not donating your also falling asleep. If you listen you, OH, wake up! There's nothing worse than a free loader. Meanwhile here in Toronto Insanity persists our police chief of the fourth largest municipal police force in North America just resigned after taking a knee with protesters. We have suffered are just nine hundred and fifty cova deaths within our population of over six million with eight hundred of those deaths linked to long term, care homes, and still no one can cut their hair and by the way. By the way those nursing home deaths may be phony may be a fraction, maybe a tenth from what we're learning a whole thing, maybe ninety, nine hundred and fifty cove. This may be ninety five could be and was in the media CBC News Editor in Chief Brody Fenton issued an apology. Claiming that clip that aired of police vehicles driving into crowds in New York was poorly worded by the way there's a story that's got nothing to do. With Canada poorly worded. Loops I'm sorry I scroll button and went off driving into crowds newest poorly worded and mischaracterize the events framing then mostly from the perspective of the police. And CBC news improve the language quote, unquote and rebroadcast the clip only define that we were in international mean and proof of the media's complicity with police. One need only live in Canada Navy or search terms, CBC and police violence to know that the claim of CBC being codes with the COPS is beyond laughable. As a result of this. Incident to CBC is now making wholesale changes to the way they report the news. Notable strikes again. We. Look forward to that to the same anticipation that we would look forward to a quadruple root, canal. No. Jingles no Karma. Pathetic? No jingles! No, Karma! No, no, that's.
"cbc news" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"As the boredom sets in onboard the diamond princess in Japan. So does the anxiety so far there have been one hundred and thirty five confirmed cases of the new Corona virus on board a cruise ship off the coast of Tokyo that has the highest number of cases in in one place outside of mainland China and for restless passengers who were confined to their rooms including hundreds of Canadians. Every day brings a new level of fear. Trudy clement is a Canadian on the cruise traveling with her husband she spoke with. CBC News Network Host. Heather Hiscox this morning from her quarantined room. We're doing okay. I think today was probably the most stressful day we've had It was constant ambulances firetrucks army army personnel here and just watching off the balcony and we didn't know how many more people became ill again until this evening so so the numbers are astonishing. You had an opportunity to quote for Instructor Lakes today for a walk. But we didn't go. We're just going to stay here are where we know. We're not contaminated right now so your level of apprehension is going up trudy more very much so when we saw the the men in the has asmat suits and they were all almost marching towards the ship. We don't know what purpose of those gentlemen were whether they're Removing removing the sick passengers and staff from the ship or if they're disinfecting our reporter Chris Brown Chris was listening to the voice of the captain. Coming coming over the speakers I guess and was understanding some of the instructions that he was saying that the air is fresh that they're not recirculating old air so don't worry about that that you should wear masks at all times even when you open the door to to receive your food. Are you doing that trudy. We did it for the first time this evening. Someone our our dinner came. I answered the door with a mask on. Are you afraid you're going to get sick. Trudy I am very afraid of getting sick and so is my husband. It's it's the possibility and we have our next door neighbor here. His wife was removed from the ship. And he's alone next star and he doesn't know when he's going going to see her she's not allowed back on the you'll have to stay in hospital one hour five Tokyo right now. How about your family members at home? How concerned about you are they? They're very concerned We're in constant. Contact time change makes a big difference for when we can speak. But I always every day constant contact. Trudy clement is a Canadian onboard the quarantine to diamond Princess cruise ship off the coast of Tokyo she was speaking with. CBC News Network Host Heather Hiscox earlier.
"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.
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
"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.
"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO
"This time the president and his lawyers have the right to attend we have heard back from the White House they say the president is considering his options CBC news senior congressional correspondent merry Bruce investigators are trying to figure out what caused an explosion at a chemical plant last night in East Texas my dining room ceiling rushing down the plant which is located about an hour and a half from Houston produces chemical and petroleum based products and has one hundred twenty five employees I hope that everybody inside the plant is okay right now that's that's a big concern the first call was received at one o'clock this morning who are pretty much in bed but I came in two ways the first one we heard you saw the lights flash I mean you saw online you sell the house rattle and a sound like thunder in the distance but by the second into later the the shockwave sort of at the house and in my house it was pretty loud that was very loud and because the front door blue when and the door frames out Mike to bias works for the local school he was ordered to evacuate when the house was coming down first instinct was grabbed the kids we need to get out of the house three workers suffered injuries once again reporting on that story ABC's Marcus more Albanian officials say at least twenty five are dead after the powerful earthquake at the nearby Greek island of Crete has also been rattled by another quake ABC's Meghan Williams in Rome the death toll from Tuesday's earthquake in Albania has risen as rescuers continue to search for survivors.
"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.
"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..
"cbc news" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And political case for them Jordan told CBC news in Washington thank you for the time today thanks so much Andy it's four fifty traffic and weather together every ten minutes let's get to it now here's Bob Williams had a report rises by P. Jeannie Kitty having home to Roseville starting caps the freeway twenty minutes now fifty to eighty RAF out the E. street speeds down below twenty miles an hour seven states have you all the way on the eighty at the merge nine minutes out to Douglas Boulevard southbound ninety nine about twenty six minutes to approval of our starting highway fifty south bound five at about twenty one minutes he's found fifty looking at about a thirty two minute run heading up to full symbol of art counter slowing from what Avenue all the way down past step sixteen three Democrats they're lane reportedly block also kitchen counter slowing on the westbound side caps the freeway also eastbound I. eighty across the top from I. five I'll do about north Cape Boulevard on the counter commute side nineteen minutes northbound five heading out to woodlands was low ground highway ninety nine the counter side much busier after one oh two to ninety nine bodies flowing between I eighty all the way past the fifty connector heading home to Davis I five start slow and then you pick up speed on west on fifteen eighteen eighteen minute right the counter drive as usual slower coming to Davis heavy traffic starting before Richard full of art and more slowing on fifty span after harbor Boulevard across the pine your bridge you could be saving eighteen percent or more on your energy bill with a P. Jeannie rate assistance program it's easy to apply and you don't need proof of income tax save the two oh two eight three to apply again just text save the two oh two eight three traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one K. if we get clear tonight with a low forty eight mostly sunny through the weekend it'll be seventy three tomorrow seventy five.
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
"cbc news" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast â€“ 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.
"cbc news" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"She's just so nice and I'm just so happy for, I don't know. I agree. Let's do a quick recap of the episode before we forget because I feel like sometimes we just skip over it. Well, please start us off. So the episode was about their trip to Japan, which we saw a lot of when they were posing because that's when Kim did the easy campaign and essentially campaign was her wearing easy. Close and stepping out and letting the pop he take the pictures, which is like so creative and very connaitre do obviously drama ensues because khloe Courtney quote, embarrassed him and Kim was a little crazy in responding to them and telling them that they were that they were embarrassed her. And a lot of just mean, words being thrown about that was the main thing that happened in the there was other filler stuff. But yeah, the easy, easy campaign stuff is so interesting to see the behind the scenes of I completely agree. My one thing we'll have his followers who have mentioned previously. His name is Craig Fletcher, and he is equally as obsessively. Crashing does us and he sends something like why the crash keep teasing trista and Chloe in. It's not happening. It's click, they click bait, but I agree with you, Craig. It is so fucking annoying. I want to see that episode. So that's what I said. The whole season is just leading up to that point. And you know what, I think we're going to end up being disappointed by the episode 'cause you know how they do this, where it's leading up, everything's leading up to it. They always do this and then they only in the last five minutes, the episode and I don't think it's going to be this whole dramatic episode of they're doing that. I think it's going to be perfect. Perfect. Perfect. OSHA babies, born and episode, right? That's what I think is going to happen to. This will seem obviously hope that it's a little more drama filled, but one could hope so. But one could hope. Exactly. I don't wanna get our. I don't wanna get anyone's hopes. No, neither do I. Anyway. So we hit another CBC news. I think that's all the crashes. Okay. By Kardashian and other CBC news. We hit eight hundred thousand. And we, I think I told you that might when when we really started the county said to Julie, we started in April two thousand seventeen. I said January first, two thousand nineteen. I want to be at a million. That was the goal that I had always sentenced on, and I don't wanna get too presumptions, but it seems like we're gonna hit that I can't wait. I really, really hope so. And it's, it seems like that's what's happening wild yet. So many things that I wanna tell you is that we can't yet. It will be able to talk about next week, but this week there's some really exciting things happening specifically on Thursday. We always have so many. Can't wait. You just say with us for a little longer and then you're going to really start to see. But this is something we really can't wait for. So something that one of the questions that we get all the time, which we, we discuss all the time is you know, which liberties do you really want to follow you? And in the beginning, we had a very long list and we feel very fortunate that a lot of them have started to follow more. So not just because they, but because they engage in the interact and it's become kind of very fun hub where we're all in it together. There's no distinction between followers and celebrities. Everybody's just kind of want appreciate humor together. Anyway, we made a list of the top six that we really want. And the reason that I'm saying this is because we are now going to start setting legitimate goals like we're going to have internal campaigns to get these particular celebrities to follow because by, you know, February of next year we want them all to be on board. Right?.
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
"cbc news" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Available for women. Why are those facilities awesome available to fathers? Like there's this sort of expectation that it's the mother's role to change the child's is plenty of stay at home dads. That's plenty of families where both parents and own does plenty of situations where God's go out on that own with with the child, and they need to change them. And this is not just Tim Hortons. This is this is a systemic issue where they're in the change changing pacificist avai a made available to men and also and a lot of situations, no change facilities made available to women. I mean. I mean, it's totally unacceptable. Remember more than a decade ago, taking my young daughter and trying to find somewhere to change her and you'd have to balance her on the side of the sink in the men's washer on the floor or something like that. I would have assumed that in more than a decade that would have changed. It hasn't changed that much. It has improved. I think there's been a big push to provide facilities for women's breastfeed. That's amazing as been a big hush fa-family washrooms, the number of how many Washington's they've been doing a change table and decries thing you go in these dissolve atoms have two toilets and changing table and then the changing table somewhere. Like there's a lot of strange decisions that seems to be made based around the site of of being family and. And and changing child, Chris. Good to talk to you. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Bye. Bye. I was Chris web impact gore Quebec in a statement to CBC news. Tim Hortons said quote, obviously, as a family brand, we need to make accessible changing tables available for all our guests..
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
"cbc news" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Sinn turns in it and you know sometimes uh you know leading theories may proceed down one path and fought the and discover their in a in a call to sack you know they made a reroute themselves and find themselves in another cul de sac and then returned to the first called the second find that actually there was a there was a way out and that was the right path forward in a science does have this wandering nature right as new evidence has developed as new theories are developed and so if if every twist and turn is perceived as being caused by some malevolent playbook or some dark force that i think we just don't we don't we don't develop a proper understanding about how science actually works the uncertainty inherent in science and to allow four scientists and policymakers to make errors and to not i dunno have their reputations sullied by trying different paths i can play a brief excerpt from a cbc news report from 2016 on revelations about sugar industry funding of research search and i'd like to hear your reaction to it here this codenamed project to twenty six the industry was funnelling thousands of dollars to a pair of influential harvard nutritionists led by dr mark hegg's stead one secret memos spells out the terms of the payoff have to be paid when you start work on the project and the remainder when you inform us that the article has been accepted for publication this scientists job was to review and dismiss findings that linked tie sugar consumption to heart disease and instead blamed saturated fat and cholesterol blood that sounds pretty bad can you fill mian on your understanding of this yeah i mean that sounds very sort of i dunno cloak and dagger james bond kind of a field to a project to twenty six and paid off and and and suggesting that the scientists job was to do precisely what what the industry wanted you know the person they're talking about is a nutrition scientists name mark hickstead.
"cbc news" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Trial it was a huge blow to radiohead it raised questions about the safety of other big concerts so late yesterday cbc news reported that an inquest will be held into the death of radio heads drummed technician and that's why katie nicholson is hair katie nicholson is a reporter with cbc's investigative unit she's been working on the story for awhile she scored an exclusive interview with radio heads drummer phil cell way she's here to talk about the who in this story who is traumatized who is still grieving and who wants justice i katie hello so radiohead hasn't talk that openly about the accident how did you end up finding linda meet phil cell where the german well if they are unit was working on a a big story that has actually it's rolled out this morning it was a canada wide look at workplace fatalities and how they are are handled in in the country and you know by provincebyprovince and this case really stood out for us because the one of the common themes is that the families always feel that they have been robert of justice when the final decisions are made or if charges are stayed or if the finds the maximum fines aren't applied in a in a workplace fatality so you know we were just sort of thing hall when it be great if we got radiohead and one of a when the ap's i work with just made the call and was instant it and i think it had to do with the timing because you have to remember in september that's when this all that the charges were stayed and so radio had had just been at that time wanting to do something to help support scott johnson's family who they had become tremendously close with an who they felt a a certain a burden the they fell to weight they felt a need to help and support them in in their their push for answers they felt so gutted i think is probably the best way to put it that this family lost their son on their tour and they wanted to use their power and their influence to in some way get them some answers get them some justice so they were suddenly.
"cbc news" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"To go to trial it was a huge blow to radiohead it raised questions about the safety of other big concerts so late yesterday cbc news reported that an inquest will be held into the death of radio heads drummed technician and that's why katie nicholson is here katie nicholson is a reporter with cbc's investigative unit she's been working on the story for a while she scored an exclusive interview with radio heads drummer phil cell way she's here to talk about the who in this story who is traumatized who is still grieving and who wants justice i katie hello so radiohead hasn't talk that openly about the accident how did you end up finding linda meet phil cell way the drummer also argued it was working on a a big story that has actually is rolled out this morning it was a at canada wide look at workplace fatalities and how they are are handled in in the country and you know by provincebyprovince and this case really stood out for us because the one of the common themes is that the families always feel that they have been robert of justice when the final decisions are made or if charges are stayed or if the finds the maximum fines aren't applied in a in a workplace fatality so you know we were just sorta saying hall wouldn't be great if we got radiohead and one of one of the ap's i work with just made the call and was instant it and i think it had to do with the timing because you have to remember in september that's when this all that the charges were stayed and so radio had had just been at that time wanting to do something to help support scott johnson's family who they had become tremendously close with an who they felt a a certain a burden on the they fell to weight they felt a need to help and support them in their their push for answers they felt so gutted i think is probably the best way to put it that this family lost their son on their tour and they wanted to use their power in their influence to in some way get them some answers get them some justice so they were suddenly.