Montreal

Contact CBC in Quebec with your story ideas and news tips

Connect with our teams in CBC Montreal and CBC Quebec City by phone, email, social media or an old-fashioned letter.

How to reach news and programs with CBC Montreal and CBC Quebec City

CBC Montreal

Have a great story idea? How about some eye-witness video or photos?

Here are the best ways to reach the CBC Montreal newsroom including the web desk, radio news and CBC Montreal News on CBC Television.

Email: assignmentmontreal@cbc.ca

Facebook: CBC Montreal

Twitter: @CBCMontreal

Instagram: CBC Montreal (Tag #CBCMTL in your photos for a chance to see them on the news)

Phone: (514) 597-6300


CBC Quebec City

Phone: (866) 691-3620

Fax: (418) 691-3610

Mail: P.O. Box 18800 Quebec City, QC G1K 9L4


​CBC Quebec Radio Programs - click on show title for more info.

Daybreak Montreal

E-mail: daybreak.montreal@cbc.ca

Twitter: @cbcdaybreak


Quebec AM

Email: quebecam@cbc.ca

Twitter: @CBCQuebec


Radio Noon

Email radionoonqc@cbc.ca

Twitter: @CBCRadioNoon


Let's go with Sabrina Marandola

E-Mail: letsgo@cbc.ca

​Twitter: @letsgocbc


Breakaway

E-mail breakaway@cbc.ca

Twitter: @CBCQuebec


All in a Weekend

E-mail weekend.montreal@cbc.ca


The Bridge

E-mail thebridge@cbc.ca

Follow The Bridge on Instagram


Our Montreal (Television)

E-mail: ourmontreal@cbc.ca


Audience Relations

Phone: 1-866-306-4636

We also have a number of FAQs for information about our services and programs, as well as ways to get in touch with us at https://cbchelp.cbc.ca/hc/en-us

If you can't find what you need, please submit a request for assistance to CBC Audience Services at https://cbchelp.cbc.ca/hc/en-us/requests/new.


Quebec Communications

E-mail mtlcomm@cbc.ca


Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about the CBC?

We've answered the most common queries in our list of Frequently Asked Questions below.

If you still can't find the answer you're looking for, please use our Contact Form. Due to the large volume of messages received, we will not be able to respond to all messages.

Can I get transcripts or copies of CBC Quebec programs?

You can listen to episodes or segments of our radio shows on the CBC Listen Page

For CBC Montreal News at 6, please visit the show's player page.

If you require a DVD or digital copy of a TV item for personal use, please contact Darren Yearsley in the Archive Sales department in Toronto (darren.yearsley@cbc.ca) for more information on the cost of this service.

For any material that requires licensing (promotional use of images outside of CBC) should be directed to Archive Sales.

CBC Radio transcripts and audio dubs are available through Cision Canada. Items aired on CBC Radio programs are available through Cision. You will have to provide the program name, the time the interview ran and the date.

How do I get a CBC Quebec personality to attend my event?

If you would like to for a CBC personality to attend your event, please fill out our request form.

**Please note that this form is for organizations wishing to have a moderator, host or panelist at their event, not to have a journalist cover an event. To request media coverage, please e-mail assignmentmontreal@cbc.ca.


Outside Quebec

For more information about English-language programs and services outside of Quebec, please visit cbc.ca. If you can't find what you're looking for, you can reach CBC's National Audience Services in a number of ways:

  1. By e-mail: Ask us a question through our CBC Help Centre contact form.
  2. By phone: Leave a question or comment at 1-866-306-4636 (toll free, Canada only); 1-866-220-6045 (TTY/teletypewriter, hearing impaired only)
  3. By social media: Twitter, FacebookInstagram and Tumblr (NOTE: These are CBC's primary accounts on these platforms. Many CBC programs and personalities have their own accounts on these or other social media platforms.)
  4. By mail: CBC National Audience Services
    P.O. Box 500, Station A
    Toronto, Ontario
    M5W 1E6
    Canada

 

 

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