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Have you tried chatting with the Radio-Canada News bot? You can check it out on Facebook Messenger. In addition to delivering headlines and recommendations, the bot started providing location-based services such as local news and weather earlier this summer. Since the first version was released a year ago, the search feature has been optimized and the conversation flow made more natural. Original content is now written and selected by the News editorial desk each day, proof that the shift to conversational UI is truly on. And it’s just the beginning.
From August 20 to September 1, Colleen Jones from CBC Nova Scotia took her bike and set out to explore Nova Scotia. Her goal? To find the stories that rarely make it to the newsroom.