Government of Canada Announces Reappointment to CBC/Radio-Canada
OTTAWA, Oct. 5, 2012 /CNW/ – The Honourable James Moore, Minister of
Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, today announced the
reappointment of Hubert T. Lacroix as President and Chief Executive
Officer of CBC/Radio-Canada for a five-year term.
Hubert T. Lacroix was first appointed as President and CEO of
CBC/Radio-Canada on January 1, 2008, for a five-year term. Prior to his
appointment, Mr. Lacroix practiced law for 30 years with three of
MontrÃ©al’s most prominent firms. He acquired strong credentials in the
radio broadcasting and publishing industries through his involvement
with Telemedia and other companies. He holds a Master of Business
Administration degree and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree from McGill
University, and has been a member of the Quebec Bar since 1977.
CBC/Radio-Canada is the national public broadcaster and one of Canada’s
largest cultural institutions. It offers programming in English and
French across the country, in eight Aboriginal languages across the
North, and in five foreign languages internationally.
SOURCE Canadian Heritage