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  • Resources
    with us We need a strong stable supply chain Whether you are an existing supplier or are interested in becoming one you can find all the information you need right here More Reporting to Canadians Latest Studies Correspondence Acts and Policies Programming Policies Corporate Policies Corporate By Laws Terms of use CBC Digital Services Transparency and Accountability Access to Information Proactive Disclosure External information sources Privacy Infosource Annual Public Meeting 2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues A space for us all Documents and references Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia

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  • Business Environment
    Documents and references Business Environment Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Business Environment Strategic context Evolution to date The profile of Canada s broadcasting industry is changing dramatically the prevalence of foreign content changing consumer habits and expectations and shifting demographics are all contributing to the shift Public broadcasting continues to play a crucial role in Canada and around the world because even in the digital age there is still a need for investment in high quality original content As the below chart indicates CBC Radio Canada leads the way through our investment in Canadian content Table 1 CBC Radio Canada is driven to do more As Canada s public broadcaster CBC Radio Canada invests substantially more in Canadian content than the largest private sector broadcasters in both the English and French markets Source BBM Broadcast year 2013 and CRTC Broadcast year 2013 Strategy 2015 Everyone Every way Our current strategic plan 2015 Everyone Every way is continuing to guide the Corporation towards being more Canadian more regional and more digital and achieving tangible results Key business drivers Over the next five years we believe Canada s operating environment will be shaped by several key business drivers We will be monitoring such changes including Technology advances particularly digital which will require a real transition from our legacy systems and infrastructure towards evolving technologies Table 2 Technology adoption by language market The adoption rate of new technologies varies by market Source MTM Spring 2014 Accessed

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  • Strategic Framework
    our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues A space for us all Documents and references Strategic Framework Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Strategic Framework A space for us all is about modernizing the public broadcaster to bring us closer to our audiences It is a challenging and complex transition from our past to our future PAST FUTURE Broad to focused narrowing the focus and making choices about the services and content that will drive intense engagement with consciously targeted audience segments Conventional to digital a digital transition strategy in line with audience behaviour and technology advances protecting current revenue and share while anticipating migration Producer to multiplatform broadcaster shifting energy and resources from production

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  • Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) union structure review application process
    use CBC Digital Services Transparency and Accountability Access to Information Proactive Disclosure External information sources Privacy Infosource Annual Public Meeting 2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Canada Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Key Dates and Steps CIRB decision on the

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  • Why review the union structure?
    Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Why review the union structure Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Why review the union structure To continue being a strong creative broadcaster CBC Radio Canada must capitalize on flexibility to address the new challenges it faces Having staff divided into four separate bargaining units no longer meets today s requirements and needlessly bogs down our work processes Streamlining the union structure will bring many benefits to employees and allow us to tap our full potential Everyone will come out a winner A simplified bargaining structure would contribute to a more positive work environment The current bargaining unit structure is a source of dissension that negatively affects the work environment and hinders staff mobility The four unit structure creates an artificial separation it s common to see employees performing more or less similar duties but belonging to different unions A simpler less compartmentalized structure will cut down on the jurisdictional disputes and questions that arise on an ongoing basis The situation will be much clearer creating a less adversarial work environment for all CBC Radio Canada employees Over the past 10 years technological advances have revolutionized production methods and fundamentally changed how many CBC Radio Canada employees do their jobs For example editing is now done on computers video news reports can be produced on

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Frequently Asked Questions Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Frequently Asked Questions 1 What reasons has the CIRB given for ruling in favour of CBC Radio Canada s application for review of its union structure In reaching its conclusion the CIRB took three key elements into account The advent of new tools for media

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  • News
    Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Review of bargaining unit structure Montreal July 16 th 2015 The Canada Industrial Relations Board CIRB announced today the results of the vote concerning the merger of CUPE 675 STARF CUPE 5757 and the SCRC The SCRC FNC CSN was chosen by 51 64 of employees eligible to vote CUPE 5757 obtained 48 12 of the votes and 0 24 of the votes were declared invalid In the next weeks the new bargaining unit will organize the transition and Radio Canada s representatives will work towards a new collective agreement with the new union Montreal May 15 th 2015 The Canada Industrial Relations Board CIRB ruled today that the new French Services union structure will comprise two bargaining units One of these units will represent members of CUPE 675 STARF CUPE 5757 and the SCRC while the other will represent Association des réalisateurs AR members Next steps following the decision on the new structure June 15 2015 Radio Canada and the unions have until this date to file an application for reconsideration or suspension with the CIRB or an application for judicial review with the Federal Court of Appeal Filing such applications does not suspend the operation of the original decision Employees will be asked shortly to vote electronically to choose the new bargaining unit that will represent them Voting will be overseen by the CIRB Post vote Negotiations between Radio Canada and the new bargaining unit will begin Montreal March 4 th 2015 Filing of arguments for the new bargaining unit structure On September 19 2014 the Canada Industrial Relations Board CIRB ruled in favour of CBC Radio Canada s application to review the French Services bargaining unit structure The next step involved giving the public broadcaster and the four existing unions the opportunity to come to an agreement on the new structure But because the parties were unable to agree each was then required to file their arguments on the matter with the Board Therefore this past February 2 the public broadcaster submitted its arguments to the CIRB sharing its chosen vision for the new structure which involves a single bargaining unit On February 23 CUPE 675 and STARF Local 5757 jointly proposed a single unit structure as did SCRC while the AR opted for two units CBC Radio Canada now has the right to reply and then consultations may or may not be held The CIRB will then rule on the matter After that

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  • Where we are
    need right here More Reporting to Canadians Latest Studies Correspondence Acts and Policies Programming Policies Corporate Policies Corporate By Laws Terms of use CBC Digital Services Transparency and Accountability Access to Information Proactive Disclosure External information sources Privacy Infosource Annual Public Meeting 2015 Edition 2014 Edition 2013 Edition 2012 Edition 2011 Edition 2010 Edition 2009 Edition Reports and Plans Environmental Performance Report Corporate Plan Summary Financial Reports Pension Plan Submissions Auditor General s Reports Equity Reports Official Languages Reports and Plans Value far Beyond the Broadcast Measuring our Performance Official Languages Employment Equity Technology Standards SYNC online technology magazine SYNC Issue 1 2012 SYNC Issue 2 2012 SYNC Issue 3 2013 SYNC Issue 4 2013 SYNC Issue 5 2013 SYNC Issue 6 2014 Contributors 2014 2015 Annual Report We have seen challenge change and opportunity over the past fiscal year all of which is chronicled in our report Read Annual Public Meeting 2015 Our Annual Public Meeting was held on September 29 2015 live from Winnipeg All details here More Environmental Performance Report 2014 2015 In addition to our mandate of reaching out to Canadians with programming on all platforms we strive to build a culture of environmental awareness and sustainability More Media Centre News Releases Get the facts Speeches Media Contacts Commercial Services Ombudsmen Home Explore CBC Radio Canada Strategies and Issues Budget 2014 2015 Where we are Explore CBC Radio Canada Who We Are What We Do Our People Accountability Our Services Credibility Canadian Innovation Heritage Content Community Our Voices A Symbol of Trust With You Public Value Our History Strategies and Issues A space for us all Infrastructure and Production Production People and Culture Financial Sustainability Future Initiatives Documents and references Business Environment Strategic Framework Reviewing the union structure to better meet current requirements Canadian Industrial Relations Board CIRB union structure review application process Why review the union structure Frequently Asked Questions News Budget 2014 2015 Where we are How we got here Details of budget New strategic framework The way forward Speaking notes and video clips Frequently asked questions Transforming CBC Radio Canada for the future Our Services Radio Services Television Services Digital Services Others Board of Directors Rémi Racine Hubert T Lacroix Edward W Boyd Sonja Chong Rob Jeffery Marni Larkin Terrence Anthony Leier Norman May Maureen McCaw Brian R Mitchell Marlie Oden Senior Executive Team Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Working with Us Our People and Culture Talent and Diversity Social responsibility and public value CBC Radio Canada Internships Frequently Asked Questions Doing Business With Us New Supplier Already a Supplier Bidding Opportunities FAQ How to Contact Us Our Facilities Alberta British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec Montreal MRC s Development History Archives Contact us New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut Newfoundland Labrador Financial Reports Resources and Archives Unions and Associations Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Print Email Where we are A radically changing media environment recent

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