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CBC committee needs more francophone minority participation, senator says

Briefs | 05/31/2024 2:33 pm EDT
Senate Chamber on Aug 8, 2018. / Hill Times

A senator from New Brunswick is upset with the advisory committee on modernizing CBC/Radio-Canada because it does not include any experts from francophone minority communities. Canadian Heritage minister Pascale St-Onge unveiled the panel earlier this month.

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