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CBC News slashing 144 positions from local services, Radio-Canada cuts 100

TORONTO – CBC is slashing 244 jobs from local news services across the country as its plans to shift some of its limited resources to its digital operations. 503 more words

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CBC boss defends public broadcaster during tense grilling by Senate committee

OTTAWA — The head of Canada’s public broadcaster defended his staff, their journalism and the culture of the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Tuesday during what was at times a tense atmosphere in the Senate committee hearing. 576 more words

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CBC boss defends culture of public broadcaster

The head of Canada’s public broadcaster defended his staff, their journalism and the culture inside the CBC Thursday during what was at times a tense atmosphere inside a Senate committee hearing. 557 more words

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Top CBC brass to face senators' grilling on recent controversies

The top three executives at CBC, including president Hubert Lacroix, will likely face sharp questions Tuesday from a Senate committee about the public broadcaster’s plans for dealing with troubling behaviour from some employees. 809 more words

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Jian Ghomeshi latest issue raised in soon to be finished Senate study of CBC

The president of the CBC will have one more turn testifying in front of a Senate committee early next year, and in a rare move, he’s been provided the questions for his final grilling. 596 more words

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Gazette Midday: Tim Hortons to start your morning with a price hike

Hello and welcome to montrealgazette.com and welcome to Midday. Here’s the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today.

Your morning cup of joe is about to get a touch more expensive… 583 more words

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Hubert Lacroix in the lions' den at CBC annual meeting

Calls for his head abound — he was even offered a resignation letter needing only his signature Wednesday — but embattled Canadian Broadcasting Corp. president and chief executive Hubert Lacroix says he fully intends to complete his mandate, which runs through Dec. 485 more words

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