CBC Quebec is inviting English-speaking Montrealers to be part of a discussion

The public broadcaster wants to find out how it can best serve the English-speaking population on all of its media platforms



CBC Quebec wants to hear from the public how it can better serve the English-speaking population and will be holding a public consultation with a webcast on Tuesday, May 2. The main topic to be discussed will be how to ensure programming is serving this group well in an increasingly digital world.

As part of its CRTC Condition of License Agreement, CBC consults with minority communities every two years.

Participation is free and open to all members of the public. The event will take place on from 10 a.m. to noon at Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal. If you would like to attend, fill out this form.

The public is encouraged to send questions in advance or during the event to mtlcomm@cbc.ca People who are simply interested in watching the roundtable can do so at cbc.ca/montreal.

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