Trudeau discusses CBC’s future

Friends of Canadian Broadcasting host webcast on April 15 in Victoria

Friends of Canadian Broadcasting will host the public showing of Justin Trudeau’s webcast interview on the federal Liberal Party’s policies and vision for the CBC on April 15.

Trudeau will be interviewed by veteran broadcaster Don Newman in Ottawa.

The public is invited to the free showing at Norway House, 1110 Hillside Ave., beginning at 7 p.m.

This is the third interview in the Leaders Series about the CBC sponsored by Friends of Canadian Broadcasting.

More than 200 Victoria residents attended earlier webcast interviews with NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair in February and Green Party Leadxer Elizabeth Maylast moth. Many more have viewed these interviews online.

 

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