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  Regulators, executives, lobbyists and politicians listen to what you say

Send a letter or email to any or all of the following.  Here are some writing points that you can use.

  • Kamloops is the only regional centre in Canada where CBC TV can't be received on the airwaves.
  • About 10,000 viewers in our region have lost access to CBC TV.
  • Those who lost access are the most loyal viewers.
  • Most of those who lost access can't afford to get cable or choose not to because they don't want to pay for dozens of channels they will never watch.
  • We pay for access to programs through taxes, so CBC should provide them.
  • CBC is the largest TV and radio network and without studios reporting from our region, we are invisible to the rest of Canada.
  • How can Kelowna's CBC radio studio speaks for Kamloops when we are different regions?
  • The condition of CBC's license with the CRTC is that they provide service, not take it away.


Contact your MP, Betty Hinton

Constituency Address

101 - 1150 Hillside Drive
Kamloops, BC
V2E 2N1
Phone: (250) 851-4991
Fax: (250) 851-4994

Ottawa Address

Suite 401 Justice building
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON
K1A 0A6
Phone: (613) 995-6931
Fax: (613) 995-9897


Contact the Minister responsible for the CBCThe Honourable Josée Verner Minister of Canadian Heritage, Status of Women and Official Languages
Email from website
6655 boulevard Pierre Bertrand, Bureau 220
Québec (Québec)
G2K 1M1
Telephone : (418) 626-5522
Fax : (418) 626-5646
  Contact the CBC

Email from website
Phone toll-free
Audience Relations, CBC, P.O. Box 500 Station A, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5W 1E6

  Contact the  CRTC

Email from website
Phone toll-free 1-877-249-2782
or in British Columbia 1-604-666-2111
Write CRTC Ottawa, Ontario Canada, K1A 0N2
or in  British Columbia
CRTC, 580 Hornby Street, Suite 530 Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3B6

  Contact us
Have you been affected by the cuts to CBC broadcast TV?  Let us know.
Send email to Pam Astbury
  Contact the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Friends of Canadian Broadcasting is an independent, Canada-wide, non-partisan voluntary organization whose mission is to defend and enhance the quality and quantity of Canadian programming in the Canadian audio-visual system. Friends is not affiliated with any broadcaster or political party.
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