The federal government's March 2012 reduction to CBC/Radio-Canada's appropriation requires us, among other measures, to reduce or cancel certain programs and services. We will continue to implement Strategy 2015, but at a slower pace.
- 2012 Third Quarter 2012
Radio-Canada’s new hyper-local digital service for Montreal’s off-island residents has set up permanent locations at the centre of its territory in Brossard and Laval. This will permit reporting teams to work more closely with the communities they serve, while also ensuring a better use of resources and minimizing their environmental impact.Oct. 9, 2012
CBC Radio opened its new Kamloops station(94.1 FM) at 218 Victoria Street with its inaugural local morning show, Daybreak Kamloops, an open house attended by national CBC personalities, the Kamloops Mayor, the local MP, and the Tk'emlups Indian Band chief. Local performers began a week of special programming and live events. The Kamloops launch fulfills CBC's commitment to expanded service in Kamloops and is part of the public broadcaster's five-year strategic plan, Everyone, Every way. More information at: cbc.ca/kamloops .Sept. 17, 2012
Many of CBC Television’s local late-night newscasts expanded from 10 minutes to 30 minutes to offer increased coverage of local news and events.Aug. 29, 2012
Radio-Canada will officially open the Maison de l’Est du Québec on August 29. With its state-of-the-art HD equipment, the Maison de l’Est du Québec is the most advanced production facility in the country. For people from the Lower St. Lawrence, North Shore and Gaspé–Magdalen Islands, this will mean access to continuous 24-hour regional news, seven days a week, on radio, television and the Web. The Maison de l’Est du Québec will be the first to provide a continuous news ticker on its website.July 26, 2012
CBC News has announced the location of its new Kitchener-Waterloo broadcast centre - 117 King Street West, in the heart of the commercial core, close to key city areas, including Kitchener City Hall. Beginning this coming winter, CBC News will launch new local radio and digital news services from that location, providing citizens with strong local news, compelling radio current affairs and a vibrant digital offering.May 10, 2012
CBC HAMILTON, a new digital service that provides a robust, up-to-date experience with content specific to the residents of Hamilton and the city’s neighbourhoods, is now available at CBC.ca/Hamilton. It is one of five new local services being rolled out as part of CBC’s Strategy 2015: Everyone, Every way:First Quarter - 2012
CBC/Radio-Canada expanded existing local service and added new local service for 6 million English speaking and 2 million French-speaking Canadians who were under-served.
To that end, CBC/Radio-Canada introduced:
Feb. 6, 2012
- New weekend CBC Television news programming in Edmonton, Ottawa, Montreal and the Maritimes;
- Expanded weekend radio news programming in Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal; and
- Enhanced online weekend news content in Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, the Maritimes and St. John’s.
CBC Montreal announced expanded weekend news service, giving English-speaking audiences throughout Quebec the benefits of local service improvements launched as part of CBC’s strategic plan Everyone, Every way:Jan. 5, 2012
CBC announced expanded local services to Saskatoon, continuing the promise of its five-year strategic plan Everyone, Every way:
- 2011 Nov. 21, 2011
Radio-Canada made an announcement directly aligned with the objectives of CBC/Radio-Canada’s five-year strategic plan, 2015: Everyone, Every way:
Nov. 1, 2011
- Montreal’s North and South Shore: Radio-Canada launched two new microsites, Radio-Canada.ca/RiveSud and Radio-Canada.ca/RiveNord, where residents can now go to stay informed, exchange views and react to events affecting their daily lives.
CBC made a third announcement regarding its plan to introduce or improve services to more than six million Canadians over the next four years. This phase includes:
Sept. 26, 2011
- Hamilton, Ontario — a next-generation local digital service (Spring 2012)
- Hamiltonians can sign up for updates about the new service.
CBC made a second announcement regarding its plan to introduce or improve services to more than six million Canadians over the next four years. This phase includes:
Region Description Website Details Kitchener–Waterloo new radio and online services originally planned for Fall 2012 will be postponed until late Fall 2012 or Winter 2013 Visit Websit View Details London new radio and online services originally planned for Fall 2012 will be postponed until later in 2012-2013 Visit Website View Details CBC Edmonton new weekend local news on television and enhanced radio and online offerings serving Edmonton and Northern Alberta (May 2012) Visit Website View Details CBC Maritimes new weekend local news on television and enhanced radio and online offerings (May 2012) Visit Website View Details CBC Ottawa new weekend local news on television and enhanced radio and online offerings (May 2012) Visit Website View Details CBC Newfoundland
new weekend local news programs on television and enhanced online offering (February 2012) Visit Website View DetailsMay 26, 2011
CBC announced the first phase of its plan to introduce or improve services to more than six million Canadians over the next four years. This phase includes:
Region Description Website Details Kamloops new radio and online services originally planned for Spring 2012 will be postponed until Fall 2012 Visit Website View Details CBC Kelowna new afternoon radio program serving the British Columbia interior (Fall 2011) Visit Website View Details CBC Victoria enhanced programming to better serve the needs of Vancouver Island audiences (Fall 2011) Visit Website View Details CBC Toronto new weekend local news programs on television, radio and online (Fall 2011) Visit Website View Details CBC Calgary new weekend local news programs on television, radio and online (February 2012) Visit Website View Details