6 episodes

Wrap your day with the world’s biggest stories. From the CBC News teams behind ‘The World at Six’ and ‘The World This Weekend’ comes a vibrant evening news program, updated seven days a week. Hosts Susan Bonner, Tom Harrington and Stephanie Skenderis sort out what's real, what's relevant and what’s truly new, from a Canadian perspective. We offer context, analysis and surprise — all in about 20 mins. We set the bar on the daily news catch-up, going deeper and further on news stories that speak to the moment.

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    • 3.7 • 1.1K Ratings

Wrap your day with the world’s biggest stories. From the CBC News teams behind ‘The World at Six’ and ‘The World This Weekend’ comes a vibrant evening news program, updated seven days a week. Hosts Susan Bonner, Tom Harrington and Stephanie Skenderis sort out what's real, what's relevant and what’s truly new, from a Canadian perspective. We offer context, analysis and surprise — all in about 20 mins. We set the bar on the daily news catch-up, going deeper and further on news stories that speak to the moment.

    Umar Zameer found not guilty, Trump trial opening arguments, Canadian art in Venice

    Umar Zameer found not guilty, Trump trial opening arguments, Canadian art in Venice

    A Toronto jury acquits Umar Zameer of first-degree murder charges - in the death of a police officer. Also: The historic hush money trial of Donald Trump is set to begin on Monday. We'll give you a preview of the opening arguments. Plus: The work of an artist from Hamilton, Ontario is on display at the Venice Art Biennale - illuminating history with brightly coloured beads.

    • 25 min
    Ukraine aid bill approved, Security for the UEFA tournament, Chess superstars competing in Toronto

    Ukraine aid bill approved, Security for the UEFA tournament, Chess superstars competing in Toronto

    The U.S. House of Representatives approves billions in foreign aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan - ending a months long political dead-lock. Also: Millions of soccer fans will be heading to Germany this summer for the 2024 European Football Championship. But the huge numbers are causing the country to beef up its security. Plus: A major chess tournament is happening in Toronto. We'll tell you how the centuries old game is gaining popularity among young people.

    • 22 min
    Israel’s strike on Iran, pet custody battles, AI and the Olympics

    Israel’s strike on Iran, pet custody battles, AI and the Olympics

    Israel’s strike inside Iran. Plus: A golden retriever named Stella makes legal history in British Columbia. A new law means she was treated as more than property in a custody fight. Also: With the Paris Olympics just a few months away, organizers have unveiled plans to transform the sports landscape, using artificial intelligence. It could change everything from judging, to international scouting.

    • 26 min
    Iran sanctions, cancer screening, world’s biggest election

    Iran sanctions, cancer screening, world’s biggest election

    The U.S. and U.K. announce new sanctions against Iran, as the west tries to show it has a coordinated strategy to deal with the Islamic Republic. Also: Cancer screening guidelines are long out of date, says a group of experts. And they claim the independent body responsible for updating them isn’t listening. Plus: The largest election in world history begins Friday in India. Almost a billion people are registered to vote over the next six weeks. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking a third term in office with his Hindus-first policy on the line.

    • 26 min
    Gold heist, Dubai flooding, upselling medical services

    Gold heist, Dubai flooding, upselling medical services

    Police make arrests connected to a dramatic gold heist at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport last year. The gold is still missing, and police are still searching for suspects. And you might be surprised to hear who has been arrested so far. Also: A rain bomb hits Dubai and the surrounding desert kingdoms. Two years of rain in a couple of days has turned roads into rivers and airport runways into lakes. Plus: Private eye clinics are charging for surgeries that are already covered by provincial health plans. Victims say it’s destroyed their faith in the doctors they trusted.

    • 27 min
    Federal budget day, smoking ban, Olympic countdown

    Federal budget day, smoking ban, Olympic countdown

    Ottawa unveils a budget aimed at millennials and gen Z. Amid the promises… a plan to recoup the costs with economic growth and taxes on the wealthy. Plus: The UK is one step closer to passing a lifetime smoking ban for those aged 15 and younger. The UK could become the first country to make cigarette sales illegal for an entire generation. Also: The Olympic countdown has begun. 100 days until the Paris games begin. Canadian athletes are showing off their stylish new kits and getting excited for the competition - despite security concerns in Paris.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Lyse Lemieux ,

New theme….

😳 Line of Duty!
Always loved that theme but… you actually allowed to do that ?!🧐

Carlos Villareal ,

Not sure if you have a problem with

So we can go to my moms and go to

chuck the leader ,

Could be much better

This is a daily podcast that takes average people’s struggles in life and sensationalizes them into some form of news. It could be so much better if it dropped the constant interviewing of people who have petty and mundane problems or sensationalizing human suffering.

We all know Gaza is a tough place to live currently, why keep interviewing people to listen to them wailing on the ‘news’?

Vancouver is a hard place to find an affordable house. Why interview people every second night to hear about their struggles and lack of choices it’s not news.

First Nation issues on remote reserves affecting 10 or less people don’t deserve national news coverage.

This could be so much better if it just reported factual news every evening without the sensationalistic and meaningless junk sound bites that add nothing to the factual issues at hand.

After decades listening to this, it is shocking how bad it’s become. Terrible, tedious and painful to listen to.

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