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Our Annual Public Meeting took place on September 25. This year, we discussed the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching our collective cultural experience and, ultimately, our democracy. Video archives available soon!More
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CBC/Radio-Canada couldn’t be what it is if it wasn’t for its employees. Some of them are well known figures, seen and heard by thousands everyday; others work in the shadows, making all we do possible with their knowledge and skills. Some of their jobs are well known and some are unique, almost mysterious. However, they are all crucial for us to accomplish our mission. With this series of employee portraits, we want to introduce you to the people who make your public broadcaster your trusted source of news and entertainment.
Every so often a journalist will come across a story that just has to be told. It is initially a local story, but one that soon reveals its universal message, especially when many lives have been affected. That is exactly what happened in recent months to employees at Radio-Canada’s Ottawa-Gatineau station.