Why is RadioCanada.ca in french only!? (Radiocanada.ca)


hohead
#1
Hello,
First let me start by saying that I am not a Quebec hater. I love our French brothers and sisters. However, I do not approve of an entire country catering to a minority group.

So I go to www.radio-canada.ca (external - login to view) to see some election news, and it's in french!? I look around but I can't even find an option for the English version!
What is this country comming to!? I can under stand if the site was www.radio-quebec.ca (external - login to view).. but it's not. It's www.radio-CANADA.ca (external - login to view).

Could someone explain this to me?

Again: I'm not trying to anger anybody here.. I'm just confused.
 
Numure
#2
Radio-Canada, is the french version of CBC. That is why.
 
Numure
#3
Btw, I can't find a french link to CBC, should I also be angered? What has this country come to!!! I mean, Canada is bilingual after all....

Just messing with you btw
 
researchok
#4
Wow.

Now even the LINKS are an issue?

From a strictly logical point of view, fewer english speakers would tune into radio canada.

French speakers, in greater numbers, on the other hand, probably would turn into CBC english if they so desired.

Bilingual Canadians are probably, per capita, more likely to be Quebecois.
 
hohead
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Numure

Radio-Canada, is the french version of CBC. That is why.

Wow. You're right. Please excuse my ignorance.
 
Numure
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by hohead

Quote: Originally Posted by Numure

Radio-Canada, is the french version of CBC. That is why.

Wow. You're right. Please excuse my ignorance.

A pleasure to be of assistance
 

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