Radio & Television

Doc Mailloux slapped by CBSC, again

OTTAWA – Corus Entertainment radio host Pierre (Doc) Mailloux was once again found to have breached the Human Rights clause of the CAB's Code of Ethics, by the CBSC this week. The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council Quebec Regional Panel concluded that some of the comments made by the host Mailloux on CKAC about people with trisomy 21 (commonly known as Down syndrome) "were abusive and unduly discriminatory," says the release. This is far from the first time Mailloux has drawn complaints – or the wrath of the CBSC. In the episode, a caller to the program objected to the comments...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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