Journalist Fired For Correcting Error in Radio-Canada Story
Journalist Fired For Correcting Error in Radio-Canada Story
A weekly panellist on Radio-Canada Acadie’s drive-home radio show, L’heure de pointe Acadie, has been fired for trying to correct misinformation published by the French-language public broadcaster.

A weekly panellist on Radio-Canada Acadie’s drive-home radio show, L’heure de pointe Acadie, has been fired for trying to correct misinformation published by the French-language public broadcaster.

Pascal Raiche-Nogue is the Public Affairs Bureau Chief with the francophone daily, L’Acadie Nouvelle, based in Caraquet, New Brunswick.

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