CBC & RADIO-CANADA | TRUSTED JOURNALISM | FALL 2022
CBC NEWS NETWORK AND ICI RDI: RELEVANT, BALANCED, AND ACCESSIBLE
This season, CBC/Radio-Canada's news platforms continue their essential mandate to inform the Canadian public. With geopolitical conflicts, health and environmental crises, the turmoils of the global economy, and the Quebec provincial election, the news cycle will not slow down this Fall.
To deepen the understanding of this complex world, Canadians can count on trusted live and continuous news feeds, and public affairs programming available on all CBC/Radio-Canada television and digital platforms.
TRUSTED JOURNALISTS YOU CAN COUNT ON
COMING THIS FALL
Emmy Award-winning journalist and newly named CBC News Chief Correspondent Adrienne Arsenault will helm CBC's flagship newscast each Monday to Thursday. Arsenault will inform and connect Canadians to the news and issues shaping Canada and the world, while continuing to broaden and deepen the storytelling on the national newscast.
LEADERS' DEBATE QUEBEC 2022
A special stage set up in the atrium of the new Maison de Radio-Canada in Montreal will welcome all party leaders of Quebec 2022 election. Hosted by Patrice Roy, this highly anticipated political debate will be broadcast live on September 22 at 8:00 p.m. on ICI TÉLÉ and ICI RDI. Patrice Roy will also host the Election night coverage on Monday, October 3, on ICI TÉLÉ and ICI RDI.
CBC NEWS FAST CHANNEL
CBC News will launch a free 24/7 ad-supported streaming (FAST) news channel for streaming, digital and connected TV platforms, offering the best of CBC local, national and current affairs journalism. As it has throughout the pandemic and during every major news event, CBC News Network continues to serve as Canada's live and breaking subscription news channel offered on cable, satellite and CBC Gem. Andrew Chang will host a new daily show, launching this fall.
CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada's trusted media brand.
Earlier this year, CBC News and Radio-Canada Info received a top rating for their transparency and editorial practices from Reporters Without Borders (RSF). This certification was launched by RSF and its partners in 2018 to combat disinformation and promote trustworthy journalism.
"We're proud of these certifications from Reporters Without Borders, which attest to the quality, rigor and independence of our journalism. As disinformation proliferates, international norms like the Journalism Trust Initiative make it unequivocally clear that Canadians can count on CBC/Radio-Canada for trusted news."
President and CEO, CBC/Radio-Canada