Radio Canada International has been broadcasting around the World since 1945. RCI’s mandate is to increase awareness of Canadian values, as well as its social, economic and cultural activities to specific geographic areas as determined in consultation with the government of Canada. RCI also has the complementary mandate of addressing these same topics to new immigrants to Canada.
Different Ways of Listening to RCI
Wherever you may be, in Canada or around the World,
RCI can be heard on analog and digital shortwave, on the Internet, via
satellite and through its network of public, private, community and university
radio stations in various countries.
Quality Programs in Nine Languages
Radio Canada International produces daily and weekly
programs in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Mandarin, Cantonese,
Arabic and Portuguese. A wide variety of programs produced by CBC/Radio-Canada
are also available.
A PAN-CANADIAN Team
Most of Radio Canada International's staff is based in Montreal. RCI has regional reporters in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and in the nation's capital, Ottawa.
RCI's Place in International Broadcasting
Radio Canada International is a member of several international organizations, such as NABA (North American Broadcasters Association), CBA (Commonwealth Broadcasting Association), CBU (Caribbean Broadcasting Union), ABU (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union) and DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale). RCI is an associate member of the UER (European Broadcasting Union).
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