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  • Strategy for the future of news - Opening remarks by Jennifer McGuire and Michel Cormier
    are accuracy fairness balance impartiality and integrity Our mission as we define it is to serve the public interest That means to inform to reveal to contribute to the understanding of issues of public interest and to encourage citizens to participate in our free and democratic society We are committed to reflecting diversity protecting our independence acting responsibly and being accountable Upholding these public broadcasting values is more important than ever in this day and age where thanks to social media the public domain is flooded with rumours and opinions At first glance some might see this as a handicap for CBC Radio Canada Some of our competitors after all add commentary and opinion to their coverage of events We on the other hand believe that this new environment reinforces the need for a strong public broadcaster A sociologist recently wrote that CBC Radio Canada represents an island of credibility in a sea of rumours and unsubstantiated information Just as the public wants to express and share their opinions on the stories of the day so too do they want access to credible information sources that are able to separate fact from interpretation That s where we shine as a public broadcaster Accountability Canadians have a different relationship with the media than they did before More options to get the kind of news they want to hear new ways to interact with journalists directly through social media Multiple avenues to express concerns they might have about the way we do our job So CBC Radio Canada makes an unparalleled effort to be accountable to the audience and to the public at large At its heart is the Journalistic Standards and Practices that we mentioned This guide sets a framework for how we conduct ourselves and how we practice our journalism We also are the only broadcasters in the country to have Ombudsmen as you know one in English and one in French to represent the public when they think we have failed in one aspect or another Those Ombudsmen use our standards and practices to hold us to account We make a concerted effort to respond to people who raise issues with our stories most particularly if they believe we have made an error And when we do make an error we accept it We acknowledge it And we correct it Nobody likes making mistakes But we report on thousands of stories every week and realize that there will be moments when mistakes happen We believe in those moments that being transparent with our audience is the best thing we can do to build trust and show them the respect they deserve We have in recent years created a very thorough and proactive policy on corrections and clarifications When there is a serious mistake made we set the record straight as soon as possible and on the same program or platform where that mistake took place We also take every possible action to make sure a mistake is not repeated

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/media-centre/2014/10/28a/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Speaking notes for Hubert T. Lacroix, President and CEO, CBC/Radio-Canada — Budget 2014-2015
    we ve had to cut 130M from across the Corporation and in addition incur one time severance payments of 33 5M This means that we are eliminating the equivalent of 657 positions over the next two years We went at these cuts the same way we did the DRAP cuts We looked at everything systematically and through the prism of our 2015 strategic plan and its priorities However as we looked for solutions and tried to shield our Canadian programming in prime time our commitment to the regions and our commitment to digital from these cuts we realized that the numbers were too big and our margin for manoeuvring too thin from the cuts we ve had to make since 2009 We were not able to protect these priorities as much as we would have liked And Canadians will notice And in the context of these reductions I wanted to tell you that there will be no voluntary retirement program The incremental costs of such a program are too great We simply can t afford one So I wanted you to hear it immediately from me there is no VRIP There s no easy way to deliver news like this I know many of you are sad I know there will be many questions We will answer them straight up both in our Q A session today in the meetings that will follow and as things take shape over the coming days I promise that those who will be affected will be treated with respect We will work with your union leaders to implement these reductions fairly and in the spirit of our labour agreements And support will be available for those who will be affected as well as those who will see our friends and colleagues go We ll do it together as we must But that won t make it easy and I know that As we made our choices to balance 2014 2015 we had to accelerate the work already started for our next strategic plan that will carry us to 2020 We had to make sure that the measures announced today weren t made in a vacuum and weren t jeopardizing future strategic choices by reacting to immediate needs So we established a few rules to help us make these choices On the national level TV prime time has to perform talk programming has to resonate national news continues to be the service of record national websites continue to strive for impact and differentiation On the regional level focus and commitment to the regions remain but an urgent need to modernize rationalize the how we deliver in light of budget realities any further expansion of our local services that was envisioned in Strategy 2015 is immediately stopped and On the digital level still a commitment to allocate 5 of media programming budgets but resources can should be focused on fewer high impact initiatives and protect strategically important projects like tou tv But by applying these rules

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/media-centre/2014/04/10s/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Press releases and documents
    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 Our Facilities Quebec Montreal MRC s Development Press releases and documents 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 Press releases and documents

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  • FAQs
    and also take into account staff reductions announced in April and June 2014 Current under used or unused workspaces will be eliminated in the new MRC For example occupancy of radio studios is estimated to be half that of capacity This reality has been addressed in the definition of the new facility s space requirements In the same vein space currently lost due to architectural constraints will be regained The new MRC will be more functional Lastly the project aims to implement a collaborative open plan workspace better suited to a creative sector corporation This will enable reconfiguration and reductions in the administrative spaces and improve collaboration among work teams Pilot projects will be conducted beforehand to allow us to test the collaborative workspace concept 3 What will now be the total surface area of the MRC In all the new MRC will occupy roughly 400 000 sq ft which represents an additional reduction of approximately 23 While our square footage will be reduced the new MRC will be abuzz with TV radio web mobile creative energy closer to the public and more in tune with emerging industry trends Our content and programming will be innovative and multiplatform The MRC will remain at the heart of a dynamic independent creative sector 4 Does CBC Radio Canada intend to sell its assets The Corporation plans to transfer ownership of its building and land so it can secure facilities better suited to meeting its real needs CBC Radio Canada will have a long term lease on MRC Montreal Property management is not a core activity for the Corporation Finding solutions that offload the financial risk of building ownership including maintenance requirements to third parties has also been the strategy of choice for other CBC Radio Canada projects Under the A space for us all plan the Corporation will sell half of its real estate portfolio across the country by 2020 5 Why opt for leasing Wouldn t it cost less to own the facility Leasing is financially more attractive than ownership the risks are transferred to the real estate promoter and we focus on our core activities as well as gain extra versatility that will be advantageous as our needs evolve 6 Will the existing MRC be torn down No Whatever proposal is selected the tower will remain intact 7 Do we know what it would cost to fully renovate the existing facility This is information that we would rather not disclose for the moment so as not to steer the proposal that the consortium will be submitting to us in any particular direction 8 Why not opt for a scenario involving renovations to the tower Based on estimates we ve obtained it s neither the most cost effective nor the most functional alternative 9 Is it possible that no project will be carried out Modernization optimization and a leaner infrastructure constitute a cornerstone of the A space for us all strategic plan The Montreal MRC development project must go forward The

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/en/explore/facilities/qc/montreal-mrc-s-development/faqs/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Ing Wong-Ward
    2014 Édition 2013 Édition 2012 Édition 2011 Édition 2010 Édition 2009 Rapports et plans Rapport de performance environnementale Sommaire du Plan d entreprise Rapports financiers Régime de retraite Présentations Rapports du vérificateur général Rapports sur l équité Rapports et plans concernant les Langues officielles La pleine valeur de la radiodiffusion Mesurer notre rendement Langues officielles Équité en emploi Normes technologiques SYNC la revue technologique SYNC numéro 1 2012 SYNC numéro 2 2012 SYNC numéro 3 2013 SYNC numéro 4 2013 SYNC numéro 5 2013 SYNC Numéro 6 2014 Collaborateurs Rapport annuel 2014 2015 Ce rapport passe en revue tous les défis les changements et les occasions que nous avons vécus au cours du dernier exercice financier Lire Assemblée publique annuelle 2015 Notre assemblée publique annuelle a eu lieu le 29 septembre 2015 à Winnipeg et elle était webdiffusée en direct Tous les détails ici Détails Rapport de performance environnementale 2014 2015 En plus de notre mandat qui consiste à rejoindre les Canadiens par notre programmation multiplateforme nous nous efforçons de bâtir une culture axée sur la conscience environnementale et sur la durabilité Détails Centre de presse Communiqués Les faits Discours Personnes ressources pour les médias Services commerciaux Ombudsmans Accueil Découvrez CBC Radio Canada Travailler avec nous Profils Ing Wong Ward Découvrez CBC Radio Canada Qui nous sommes et ce que nous faisons Nos Gens Responsabilisation Nos Services Crédibilité Canadien Innovation Héritage Contenu Communauté Nos voix Une marque de confiance Avec vous Valeur publique Notre histoire Stratégies et enjeux Un espace pour nous tous Infrastructure et production Production Personnes et culture Viabilité financière Futures initiatives Documents et références L environnement d affaires Cadre stratégique Revoir la structure syndicale pour mieux répondre aux exigences d aujourd hui Le processus de demande de révision de la structure syndicale au Conseil canadien des relations industrielles CCRI Pourquoi revoir la structure syndicale Foire aux questions Nouvelles Budget 2014 2015 Où nous en sommes Ce qui nous a amenés ici Détails du budget Nouveau cadre stratégique La voie à suivre Notes d allocution et extraits vidéo Questions et réponses Transformer CBC Radio Canada pour l avenir Nos services Services radio Services télévisuels Services Internet Autres services Conseil d administration 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 Équipe de la haute direction Hubert T Lacroix Heather Conway Marco Dubé Sylvie Gadoury Josée Girard Steven Guiton Louis Lalande Judith Purves Travailler avec nous Notre culture Talent et diversité Responsabilité sociale et valeur publique Stages à CBC Radio Canada Foire aux questions Faire affaire avec nous Nouveau fournisseur Déjà fournisseur Appels d offres FAQ Comment nous joindre Nos installations Alberta Colombie Britannique Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Québec Développement de la Maison de Radio Canada à Montréal et de son site Historique Archives Nous joindre Nouveau Brunswick Île du Prince Edouard Nouvelle Écosse Yukon Territoires du Nord Ouest Nunavut Terre Neuve Labrador Rapports financiers Ressources et archives Syndicats et associations Communiquez avec

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/fr/decouvrez/emplois/profils/ing-wong-ward/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Accueil
    entreprise plus canadienne plus régionale et plus numérique Ce Rapport annuel n est qu une façon de rester en contact avec les Canadiens et de montrer à quel point nous sommes transparents et responsables tant au plan financier que dans l atteinte de nos objectifs Alors que vous soyez intéressés à connaître nos résultats financiers et à voir comment nous travaillons à accroître nos revenus ou que vous vouliez voir

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/site/rapports-annuels/2012-2013/index.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Downloads
    to 6 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT AND CEO page 7 to 9 MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS page 21 to 72 Core Business and Strategy Performance Capability to Deliver Results Results and Outlook Financial Reporting Disclosure Internal Controls Management s Responsibility

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.radio-canada.ca/site/annual-reports/2012-2013/downloads.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Year in Review
    Alberta the U S election Hurricane Sandy and the election of a new Roman Catholic Pope Investigative journalism included Inside Syria Cops Dollars Who Gets Into Canada and Finding Franklin Finally important cross platform projects such as CBCNews ca Kidnapped were launched in conjunction with the fifth estate Radio One and Radio 2 had strong audience shares see Section 2 2 Operational Indicators Among the diverse programming offered on our radio services The Current celebrated its 10th anniversary and Canada Reads 2013 won by Lisa Moore for her novel February reached 2 1 million listeners and saw high listener participation throughout the voting process Growing our regional presence CBC strengthened its promotion of regional diversity by providing a mix of local regionally representative and cross regional programming Our regional presence was demonstrated by 20 of our 23 Radio One local morning programs placing in the Top 3 rankings with 12 taking the number one spot Audiences grew on CBC Television s supper hour newscasts compared to last year We continued our successful strategy of producing network programming from locations across Canada Some CBC Television examples include Republic of Doyle Newfoundland Heartland Alberta Arctic Air British Columbia and Northwest Territories and Mr D Halifax The Rick Mercer Report also regularly includes segments from across the country A more western perspective was introduced on CBC News Network with Ian Hanomansing s CBC News Now and on CBC Radio One with the launch of The 180 with Jim Brown Extending our digital reach Digital programming allows our audiences to access our content where and when they want it Highlights from this year include continued audience growth for CBC ca see Section 2 2 Operational Indicators As mentioned above CBC Music continued to offer more service to audiences during its first full year of operation expanding to 50 streams in addition to CBC Radio 2 and Radio 3 streams and adding more on demand content as well We also introduced new apps for Hockey Night in Canada for Xbox Windows 8 and Blackberry 10 and CBC News Windows 8 and Blackberry 10 and we launched a new CBC Kids TV FOR ME app iOS on which preschoolers can enjoy their favourite CBC Kids content For CBC Radio we launched a mobile website and an app for Android and Blackberry 10 Increasing our second screen offering was a priority this year We produced a number of digital extensions to popular programming including for Hockey Night in Canada Over the Rainbow a show in which audiences across the country voted for their favorite Dorothy the Republic of Doyle ride along app a Web episode of Murdoch Mysteries in which audiences play the role of a visiting detective assisting Murdoch in a murder investigation Arctic Air mini documentaries and Cracked Case Files that allow audiences to draw their own conclusions from the evidence French Services Delivering quality innovative programming Radio Canada performed exceptionally well this year by offering programming in step with audience expectations news and current affairs of impeccable quality distinctive drama series and engaging arts and variety programming Télévision de Radio Canada s main network served up a distinctive schedule that included audience favourites like Les enfants de la télé Les Parent Tout le monde en parle 19 2 and Trauma With a combined average minute audience of 4 929 000 viewers on the two nights it aired and an 89 per cent market share on New Year s Eve the comedic year end retrospective Bye Bye 2012 broke its own historic 2011 1 market share record Building on this solid base we added new shows in line with the public broadcaster s mandate On television Un air de famille celebrates music originating in a family setting across Canada s French speaking regions The show is based on an original concept developed for Radio Canada that s already caught the eye of international producers Unité 9 became a phenomenon that could well make Télévision de Radio Canada history given its season average of 1 8 million viewers per episode in its first year What s more the series is the result of innovative efficient production methods demonstrating excellence in a period of budgetary restraint All in all with its distinctive innovative lineup that continues to bring Canadians together Télévision de Radio Canada managed to boost its audience share by over one and a half points in prime time 2 On Première Chaîne Pas de midi sans info took over the noon hour slot from Maisonneuve en direct in September 2012 ending the flagship program s nine year run Offering interactivity to listeners the new show has maintained noon hour audience numbers at levels similar to previous years 3 A constant influx of stories helped Radio Canada consolidate its leadership in news and current affairs To get their news and understand it audiences tuned in across all our platforms boosting audience results for the regional Téléjournal newscasts Radio Canada ca and its regional sections and our specialty service RDI For more detail see Section 2 2 Operational Indicators Maintaining our presence in the regions In addition to news services our regional programming is helping strengthen our regional presence on national prime time television These programs include Dans l œil du dragon Prix des lecteurs de Radio Canada and 100 ans mon cowboy part of the Calgary Stampede centennial celebrations Based on a format originally developed by CBC Dans l œil du dragon shot to second place among Radio Canada s most watched regular programs in its first summer on the network It drew an average minute audience of over 800 000 viewers 4 right behind the flagship program Tout le monde en parle The show is back for a second season in summer 2013 riding high on the success of its debut year Zone doc aired the Ontario produced documentary Trois boxeuses canadiennes pour les Olympiques In 2012 we also celebrated the Year of the Fransaskois francophones living in Saskatchewan across all our platforms We continued

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