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CBC Public Consultation: We want to hear from you!

On Thurs., May 2,  CBC Quebec invited members of the English-speaking community to attend a public roundtable consultation to discuss CBC programming and its services.

Join us on May 2 to share your thoughts about your local CBC

The consultation takes place on Thursday, May 2 at CBC/Radio-Canada.

To take part in the conversation, go over to our Facebook page and tell us what you think in the comments thread.

CBC Quebec is inviting members of the English-speaking community to participate in a public roundtable consultation to discuss CBC programming and its services.

During the roundtable discussion and webcast, CBC Quebec will be looking for input from participants on how CBC can best serve the English-speaking audience in Quebec on all platforms.

During the roundtable discussion and webcast, CBC Quebec will be looking for input from participants on how CBC can best serve the English-speaking audience in Quebec on all platforms. (Elise Jacob/CBC)

This event is free, open to all members of the public and will be streamed on a Facebook live

As part of its CRTC Condition of License Agreement, CBC is committed to consulting with the English-speaking official minority communities every two years. This official consultation and discussion will be reported to the CRTC.

The event is hosted by Debra Arbec and moderated by CBC Quebec journalists Shari Okeke, Nantali Indongo, Kim Garrity, Sabrina Marandola, Kamila Hinkson, Sudha Krishnan, Dionne Codrington as well as Managing Editor Helen Evans.

Participants from CBC leadership include:

  • Tracy Seeley, Managing editor, Journalism, Programming, News

  • Sally Catto, General Manager, Programming, CBC Television

  • Susan Marjetti, Executive Director, CBC Radio and Audio

  • Meredith Dellandrea, Managing Director, CBC Quebec

  • Fred Mattocks, General Manager, Local Services

In brief:

What: CRTC public consultation and webcast with CBC leadership and journalists to discuss CBC programming and services.

When: Thursday, May 2, 2019  from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Where: La Maison Radio-Canada,  1400 René Lévesque Blvd East, H2L 2M2