As champions of public broadcasting and CBC/Radio-Canada, we at the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) are encouraged that the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Mélanie Joly, has announced an Independent Advisory Committee for Appointments to the CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors. CMG has … Read more »
The changes proposed under Bill C-27, An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, would make retirement benefits unpredictable for current employees and retirees, not to mention future generations of CBC workers.
The Canadian Media Guild is calling for innovative, “smart” policies that will accommodate changing technology while ensuring the production of quality journalism and original Canadian programming is a priority. Canadians want and deserve access to news, arts and culture produced here, and the opportunity … Read more »
The surreptitious monitoring by police of the mobile phone of La Presse columnist Patrick Lagacé is a severe violation of press freedom in Canada, a coalition of Canadian journalism unions and industry groups says. “A free press relies on journalists being able to meet … Read more »
We are keen to share evidence and insights and to have access to other participants’ ideas and proposals in the hope that these consultations will serve to advance and strengthen public broadcasting and all public service media, journalism and original production and creation in Canada, on all platforms Canadians access.
Since we started the Fairness in Factual campaign three years ago, more than 400 workers have signed up to be represented by the CMG in collective negotiations with production companies. These hundreds of workers now also have a collective voice … Read more »
CMG is disappointed that the CRTC has excluded CBC/Radio-Canada and other public service media from its local news funding decision. The CMG provided evidence before the CRTC earlier this year showing that Canadians rely on the CBC as a key … Read more »
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly recently launched a comprehensive review of Canada’s media and cultural sectors. In her words: “everything is on the table”. With the limited information the minister is providing, this seems to mean reviewing the mandate of all … Read more »