Radio-Canada personalities say mandated apology for using French N-word is censorship

More than 50 personalities for CBC/ Radio-Canada’s French-language service are asking its senior management to “vigorously challenge” a CRTC decision in which the regulator ordered Société Radio-Canada (SRC) to apologize for using the French iteration of a racial slur over the air.

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