CBC News is the division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for the news gathering and production of news programs on the corporation's English-language operations, namely CBC Television, CBC Radio, CBC News Network, and
Founded in 1941, CBC News is the largest news broadcaster in Canada and has local, regional and national broadcasts and stations.
All newscasts are available on demand online, via apps or via voice-activated virtual assistants. Launched in 1996, it was named one of the most popular news websites in Canada in 2012.
investigative, politics, business, entertainment, Indigenous, health, science and tech news.
He said: "Our job — and we take it seriously — is to ensure that the information that we put out is fair and unbiased in everything that we do".
In April 2010, the Conservatives accused pollster Frank Graves of giving partisan advice to the Liberal Party of Canada, noting his donations to the party since 2003.
Most local CBC stations have retained their weather team to provide local weather information, including: The content partnership with the Weather Network has continued beyond the original one-year period, and has been expanded.
Claire Martin was hired to serve as the primary face of the Weather Centre.
In April 2014, the national Weather Centre was effectively disbanded due to CBC budget cuts (Martin had left the CBC a few months prior); weather presenters at local CBC stations were retained but with the added responsibility of supplying reports for The National and CBC News Network.
Readers who followed Jennings were Lorne Greene, Frank Herbert and Earl Cameron.
CBC News Roundup (French counterpart: La revue de l'actualité) startet on August 16, 1943 at pm, being replaced by The World at Six on October 31, 1966.
The first CBC newscast was a bilingual radio report on November 2, 1936.
The CBC News Service was inaugurated during World War II on January 1, 1941 when Dan Mc Arthur, chief news editor, had Wells Ritchie prepare for the announcer Charles Jennings a national report at pm.
An Opinion section was reintroduced in November 2016.
Many reports are accompanied by podcasting, audio and video from the CBC's television and radio news services.
Local radio newscasts are heard on the half-hour during morning and afternoon drive shows and on the hour at other times during the day.
The Radio News section of CBC News produces on-the-hour updates for the CBC's national radio newscasts and provides content for regional updates.