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How Radio-Canada is meeting the objectives of the Official Languages Act

News | 06/07/2002 4:00 am EDT

The loss of the Montreal Canadiens on Radio-Canada accounted for most of questioning of CBC president and CEO Robert Rabinovitch during his appearance before the Standing Joint Committee on Official Languages on June 4 (see story in this issue). But in introductory remarks to the committee, Rabinovitch updated it on how Radio-Canada is conforming to section 41 of the Official Languages Act. In the excerpt below, Rabinovitch elaborates on initiatives taken by the French-language public network to serve Anglophones in Quebec and provide transcultural programming.

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