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Speaking notes from a news conference releasing the results of a Nanos Research poll of voters in the federal riding of Peterborough–Kawartha, the first poll of voters in this riding in the 2015 campaign.
The Leader of the Official Opposition gives a speech at the Convention for the Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec on the NDP's public broadcasting policy.
FRIENDS launches a new social media advertising campaign with the goal to head off a new round of CBC cuts before they are announced.
Remarks by Ian Morrison, FRIENDS' spokesperson in a press conference on Parliament Hill launching new ads challenging Stephen Harper's hostile takeover bid for the CBC, and his government's effort to intimidate journalists.
In a press conference on Parliament Hill, FRIENDS spokesperson, Ian Morrison, says that when the government takes control of collective bargaining at the CBC, as Bill C-60 proposes to do, the Prime Minister will become the ultimate boss of all of the CBC’s employees.
Speech about FRIENDS' participation in the CRTC's recent public hearings concerning CBC/Radio-Canada's network licence renewals
FRIENDS Spokesperson speech to Radio-Canada employees who are members of SCFP Local 675 at the Maison Radio-Canada in Montreal to outline FRIENDS' participation in the CRTC's recent public hearings concerning CBC/Radio-Canada's network licence renewals.
Remarks by Ian Morrison, FRIENDS' spokesperson at the ABU General Assembly 2011 on how new technologies will address audience's needs.
Remarks by Ian Morrison, FRIENDS' spokesperson at the Stratford Summer Music Harry Somers Lecture on the role and relevance of the CBC in Canadian society.
Remarks by Ian Morrison, FRIENDS' spokesperson at the Asia Media Summit in Beijing China on the important roles community TV channels play.
Remarks by Ian Morrison, FRIENDS' spokesperson at the International Media Dialogue on Cultures and Religions in Beijing China on Canadian trends in reporting religions.