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1 Customized digital services

We will create the personal, relevant, and engaging experiences that Canadians expect. Our goal is to make sure all Canadians see themselves reflected in our digital services while connecting them to the many communities and voices that make our country great.

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Hungry for digital? Come see what Radio-Canada’s got cooking!

On September 29, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., Radio-Canada’s Digital Media team invites students and members of the digital community to a free virtual event.

Discover the best canadian show, stories and more.

Introducing CBC Corner!

See how we increase accessibility and discoverability with a permanent presence in libraries

2 Engaging with young audiences

We will become a leader in bringing the best content to our children and youth with the goal of enriching their lives and engaging them with their country.

BC/Radio-Canada’s Annual Public Meeting Online

From CBC Kids News and MAJ to Rad and Street Cents, find out how CBC/Radio-Canada informs and engages with young audiences

The Annual Public Meeting allowed Canadians to learn more about the public broadcaster’s recent accomplishments and its role regarding youth.

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National public broadcasters ABC and CBC/Radio-Canada announce Kindred Animation co-productions and renew partnership agreement

Animated series for preschoolers and tweens selected for development deals; creative and commercial collaboration will continue over the next three years.

3 Prioritizing our local connections

This is the heart of our connection with Canadians. We will strengthen this connection with significant local and regional content that is relevant to people in their communities, and bring those communities to the rest of the country.

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3 reasons why our partnerships with public libraries are paying off

Valérie Landry manages the Library Partnerships Program and tells us how the public broadcaster strengthens its connections with local communities one library at a time.

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Pathways: A new approach to developing diverse emerging journalists

Discover the portraits of those who define the poetry of a place, who carry it and make it live. The footprints we see and those left in people's hearts.

4 Reflecting contemporary Canada

We will reflect the range and richness of this country’s diversity, celebrating our different perspectives, and all the things that bring us together. We will do this in our staffing, as well as our content choices.

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CBC/Radio-Canada to engage with Canadians with disabilities on how it can become more accessible

Consultations across the country will be part of the effort to develop the public broadcaster’s first-ever national accessibility plan.

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Working toward truth and action

Four members of the Indigenous Strategy Working Group discuss their experience in the lead-up to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

5 Taking Canada to the world

Anyone who watches Netflix or uses iTunes knows that today we live in a global market. If Canadian culture is going to be strong, it needs to be part of the global market from which Canadians now consume more content. We will ensure our country and Canadian creators are seen and heard the world over.

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Now is the time for public media to forge closer relationships

This week, Catherine Tait announced the renewal of our MOU with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and called for increased collaboration with our public media peers

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Threats to public broadcasters and media professionals are weakening democracy, warns Global Task Force for public media

Public funding, operational and editorial independence, and media freedom and safety the focus of first in-person meeting of GTF leaders in Tokyo.


Wildinette Paul


"You always need to be creative to get your message across."

Wildinette Paul

Catherine Léger


"The opportunities are huge. It's an organization that wants to change, but that also wants to stay incredibly relevant."

Catherine Léger
Senior Manager, Marketing Communications and Publicity

Nadia Kidwai


"I think when people think about CBC there is an immediate trust. Which is something that we do not take for granted, it's something that we built over time."

Nadia Kidwai

Leo Damian


"We are focusing on content and programming that reflect our community."

Leo Damian
Communications Officer