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Public Record - Are French-Language Community Media Still Needed in Ontario in 2014?


L’Assemblée de la Francophonie de L’Ontario: Are French-Language Community Media Still Needed in Ontario in 2014?

A debate is held on the future of French-language community media in Ontario in 2014. Introductory remarks are given by Madeleine Meilleur (Ontario minister responsible for francophone affairso) and François Boileau (Commissioner, Office of French Language Services), and the debate features Paul Lefebvre (Le5 Communications), Ginette Gratton (Rogers TV), Réjean Grenier (La Société Grenier et Associés), Marie-Gaëtane Cassie (Assemblée de la Francophonie de L'Ontario), Caroline Bourdua (Radio-Canada) and Glenn O'Farrell (TFO). (October 23, 2014)


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