Video plans & items as of 3 p.m. ET, Monday, Oct. 26 – CP

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Video plans & items as of 3 p.m. ET, Monday, Oct. 26 – CP

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 2015536 Views

Source: The Canadian Press
Oct 26, 2015

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Latest video from the Canadian Press:

Headline: Ex-paramedic to appeal sex assault conviction & sentence: Lawyer

Caption: A former paramedic convicted of sexually assaulting a 71-year-old woman in rural Nova Scotia has been sentenced to four years in prison. A defence lawyer says James Duncan Keats maintains his innocence and plans to appeal.

Filename: n_Paramedic-Assault20151026T1430

Companion: NS-Paramedic-Assault

Category: NEWS

Series: None

Time Published: 2:30 p.m. ET, Monday, October 26

COMING UP LATER (Subject to frequent change):

Tofino, B.C. Five dead after whale watching boat sinks off Vancouver Island. Video as available.

Antigonish County, Nova Scotia. Actor Ethan Hawke joins First Nations protest against oil exploration in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

SENT PREVIOUSLY

Headline: GM Alex Anthopoulos mum on future with Blue Jays

Caption: Alex Anthopoulos says it’s not the time to talk about his future with the Blue Jays, though his contract expires this month. The Toronto general manager said Monday that the Jays’ season put Canadian baseball “back on the map.”

Filename: s_BBA-Jays-Anthopoulos20151026T1315

Companion: BBA-Blue-Jays-Anthopoulos

Category: SPORTS

Series: None

Time Published: 1:15 p.m. ET, Monday, October 26

Headline: Witness describes ‘pandemonium’ after B.C. boat sinking

Caption: Five British citizens are confirmed dead after a whale watching ship sank off Tofino, B.C. Sunday. Sheila Simpson says she was walking on the dock when rescue boats roared up carrying people from the vessel.

Filename: n_Boat-Sinking20151026T1130

Companion: Boat-Sinking

Category: NEWS

Series: None

Time Published: 11:30 a.m. ET, Monday, October 26

Headline: What to watch for in Alberta’s NDP budget

Caption: Alberta’s NDP government is unveiling its first budget Tuesday, and it is expected to feature the biggest deficit in the province’s history. Low oil prices have slashed billions of dollars from Alberta’s cash register.

Filename: n_Alberta-Budget20151026T0800

Companion: ALTAbudget-QuickList

Category: NEWS

Series: None

Time Published: 08:00 a.m. ET, Monday, October 26

Headline: Tuned In: What Blue Jays pitcher Liam Hendriks is listening to

Caption: Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Liam Hendriks says he’s a big fan of the AC/DC song “Back In Black.”

Filename: s_Tuned-In-Hendriks20151026T0715

Companion: None

Category: SPORTS

Series: Tuned In

Time Published: 07:15 a.m. ET, Monday, October 26

Headline: This week in business: Alberta budget is tabled

Caption: Alberta’s inaugural budget under Premier Rachel Notley is tabled on Tuesday. Also in Canadian business this week, companies including Suncor, Barrick Gold and Bombardier release earnings reports.

Filename: Cda-Business-5-Things

Companion: b_Cda-Business20151025T1200

Category: BUSINESS

Series: None

Time Published: 12 p.m. ET, Sunday, October 25

Headline: Mother of dying boy says early Christmas helps through hard times

Caption: The town of St George, Ont. is putting on an early Christmas parade for a seven-year-old boy who has an inoperable brain tumour and might not live until the holidays. Evan Leversage’s mother says the town’s support goes beyond all expectations.

Filename: n_Last-Christmas20151024T1830

Companion: Last-Christmas

Category: NEWS

Series: None

Time Published: 6:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, October 24

Headline: Wynne: ‘I’m not tone deaf’ to cost of teachers’ negotiations

Caption: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she is mindful of how expensive negotiations with teachers’ unions are, but says the process is “incredibly important.” Ontario gave $2.5-million compensation to unions for negotiation costs.

Filename: n_Wynne-Unions20151024T1400

Companion: Ont-Teachers

Category: NEWS

Series: None

Time Published: 2 p.m. ET, Saturday, October 24

Headline: Blue Jays looking to take momentum into next season

Caption: Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin says the players are holding their heads high after being knocked out of the playoffs by the Kansas City Royals. Third baseman Josh Donaldson says he expects the team to be even better next season.

Filename: s_BBA-ALCS20151024T1330

Companion: BBA-ALCS

Category: SPORTS

Series: None

Time Published: 1:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, October 24

Headline: Gordon Lightfoot says sculpture in his honour is ‘super special’

Caption: Gordon Lightfoot says he is “humbled” that his music inspired a four-metre-high bronze sculpture to be placed in his hometown of Orillia, Ont. Figurative artist Timothy Schmalz says he wanted to celebrate a “great Canadian.”

Filename: e_MUSIC-Lightfoot20151023T2030

Companion: MUSIC-Lightfoot-Sculpture

Category: ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC

Series: None

Time Published: 8:30 p.m. ET, Friday, October 23

Headline: New Music: Carrie Underwood releases ‘Storyteller’

Caption: Country star Carrie Underwood has released her fifth album, “Storyteller.” New records are also out from Canadian pop rockers Marianas Trench and Aussie heartthrobs 5 Seconds of Summer.

Filename: e_MUSIC-New20151023T1700

Companion: None

Category: ENTERTAINMENT-MUSIC

Series: New Music

Time Published: 5:00 p.m. ET, Friday, October 23

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