Radio & Television

Radio-Canada team hurt in Afghanistan in explosion that kills three

MONTREAL – Two Radio-Canada journalists were injured in a roadside blast in Afghanistan today that killed two Canadian soldiers and an Afghan interpreter, reports the public broadcaster. The armoured vehicle in which correspondent Patrice Roy and his camera operator-editor Charles Dubois were traveling was heavily damaged after hitting a roadside bomb west of Kandahar. "We were told that Charles Dubois had sustained a severe leg injury, while Patrice Roy was unharmed but is suffering from nervous shock," says the RCI release. Dubois was evacuated to a military hospital where he was treated as a Canadian soldier injured in combat. His...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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