Losing Our Voice by Alain Saulnier
Radio-Canada Under Siege

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Saulnier’s timely book makes it clear that a lot more vigilance from those outside the CBC is going to be required if Canada’s struggling public broadcaster is ever going to be rescued from the politicians.
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Losing Our Voice: Radio-Canada Under Siege tells the inside story. Decades of government interference in the work of our “arms-length” national public broadcaster, CBC/Radio-Canada, have culminated in the Harper government’s latest damaging budget cuts, leaving the public to wonder — is there anything left to save?
 

About Alain Saulnier

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Alain Saulnier is a career journalist who was head of news and public affairs programming at Radio-Canada's French-language radio, television, and web services until 2012.
 
Published November 21, 2015 by Dundurn. 224 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Kate Taylor on Dec 03 2015

Saulnier’s timely book makes it clear that a lot more vigilance from those outside the CBC is going to be required if Canada’s struggling public broadcaster is ever going to be rescued from the politicians.

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