Radio & Television

CP24 personality Patricia Jaggernauth files human rights complaint against Bell Media

MONTREAL – Last week, CP24 host and personality Patricia Jaggernauth (above) filed a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission against the channel’s owner Bell Media, which details allegations of systemic racism, sexism and discrimination. Jaggernauth joined CP24 in June 2011 and has since worked in a variety of roles including as a weather specialist, remote reporter and CP24 Breakfast personality, according to her Linkedin page. She told CBC in an exclusive interview she was “treated as a token and a commodity” during her 11 years there and was repeatedly passed over for promotions while her white colleagues advanced. Jaggernauth,...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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