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CBC Kids News

Welcome to CBC Kids News, a brand-new voice from Canada's national public news and information service, bringing you daily news for kids aged 9 - 13 years old. Check us out for trending and timely stories from the day's headlines in news, pop culture, sports, science, technology and the environment.

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Episodes Season 1

  • Avian flu is in Canada. What does that mean for birds and humans?

    Avian flu is spreading across the globe, and though scientists say it doesn’t pose a risk to humans, it’s still hurting farmers.

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  • #SephoraKids? The 3 skin care products tweens actually need

    CBC Kids News contributor Ainara Alleyne explains the ultimate skin care routine for tweens, including what you really need and what you don’t.

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  • Why do we draw hearts like that? ?? The history of the heart icon

    CBC Kids News contributor Aerin Murphy explains the history behind the iconic heart shape.

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  • Meet the giraffe that travelled 2,000 km across Mexico

    Following welfare concerns, Benito the giraffe was moved 2,000 kilometres from Central Park in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, to the Africam Safari in Puebla in January.

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  • Finding less and less candy in packages? This could be why

    CBC Kids News contributor Aubrie Chan explains what shrinkflation and skimpflation mean through her drawings.

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  • Deepfakes: How to spot them

    CBC Kids News contributor Isabelle MacNeil explains the history of deepfakes and how to outsmart them using critical thinking.

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