Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Harper says Radio-Canada employees hate conservative values

Prime Minister Stephen Harper says "a lot" of Radio-Canada employees "hate" conservative values, CP's Melanie Marquis reports.
Harper says those values that are loathed by many employees of CBC's French-language network are the same ones that he says are supported by a large number of Quebecers.
Harper made the comments during a French-language interview with Quebec City radio station FM93, conducted last Friday and aired today.
His remarks were described as "petty" by an NDP MP. Harper's comments about Radio-Canada came in response to a question about how he plans to convince Quebecers to vote for his party in the upcoming federal election. He says he doesn't believe that voters in Quebec are predominantly left-leaning.

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