September is a busy month for news, as Canadians head to the polls for a federal election, we collectively remember the events of September 11th on its 20th anniversary, and all the other top stories along the way.
CBC/Radio-Canada and the country'''s TV distributors are ensuring greater access to the latest information and campaign coverage by making its 24-hour news channels, CBC News Network and ICI RDI, more widely available.
CBC News Network and ICI RDI are available from September 1 to 30 to all subscribers of participating distributors.
2021 FEDERAL ELECTION PROGRAMMING AND TOOLS
Tune in the Leaders' Debate on CBC News wherever you are and however you want to watch or listen. It's on Thursday, September 9th at 9 p.m. Eastern on CBC TV, CBC News Network, CBC Gem, CBC Radio and CBC Listen.
Do you have a question about the upcoming election? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then stay tuned for the answers. Our CBC News team will answer as many as we can by email, on cbcnews.ca and on CBC News Network.
Wondering where you fit in the political landscape? Vote Compass is here for the federal election on Sept. 20.
ANNIVERSARY OF SEPTEMBER 11 PROGRAMMING
CBC NEWS SPECIAL CONNECTING THROUGH GANDER HOSTED BY ANTHONY GERMAIN
Saturday, September 11, on CBC TV in the Atlantic provinces at 6 pm AT (6:30 NT); and on CBC News Network and CBC Gem at 6 pm ET (6:30 NT).
CBC NEWS SPECIAL 9/11 UNFINISHED BUSINESS WITH PETER MANSBRIDGE
Friday, September 10, 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) on CBC TV and CBC Gem; and Saturday, September 11, 10 pm ET / 7 p.m. PT on CBC News Network.
ON SEPTEMBER 8TH
Patrice Roy will moderate the French leaders' debate which will be broadcast simultaneously on ICI TÉLÉ and ICI RDI.
ON SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 8:00 P.M. ET ON RDI
Téléjournal Ottawa-Gatineau host Mathieu Nadon will host Enjeux francophones: The Debate.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001, ICI RDI is offering a selection of specials that will air throughout the day on September 11th.
WHY CBC/RADIO-CANADA ?
CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada's trusted media brand.
According to a February 2020 survey by Laval University's Centre d'études sur les médias, CBC/Radio-Canada group networks/stations are those rated most often as “very trusted” by Quebecers.
If “somewhat trusted” responses are also counted, the group's TV and radio services all have trust scores of 95% or higher.
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