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Human Resources Director, News & Centres, English Services

I'm very big on employee development and ensuring that my staff have what they need to be successful. I certainly had the support and tools I needed to succeed and advance here.
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Arts Reporter, Radio de Radio-Canada

Someone asked me if I'd ever thought of doing radio. That was my eureka moment!
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Researcher, columnist/interviewer, webmaster, Espace musique

I love Radio-Canada and especially the content it airs - from panel discussions to art reports and, of course, music.
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Production Manager, Arts, Variety and Factual Programming, Télévision de Radio-Canada

Picture of Frédéric Cardin I don't think I've seen everything there is to see yet, and if CBC/Radio-Canada is willing to keep me for 10 more years, there's a good chance I'll say yes. I'm not even sure that I'll have covered everything in 10 years from now.
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CBC/Radio-Canada is uniquely Canadian. As the national public broadcaster, we are the only media organization with a mandate to connect all Canadians, in French, English and eight aboriginal languages. With our strategic plan, we continue to engage, inform and connect citizens from all backgrounds and all regions on issues that matter.

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If you are not able to work in Canada, what is

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Going to happen to your plans to study there? Will that scrap your plans?
Perhaps you should make a contingency plan, in case things do not work out.
Assuming this is a university you are planning to attend, I am surprised to hear that you cannot get information as to whether foreign students are allowed to work there, as I am sure a Canadian university would have at least several hundred non-citizens studying there.
In the U.S., universities have a special section of their websites dedicated to foreign nationals interested in studying at their campus

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