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OTTAWA, Dec 22 (LSN) – The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is asking Canadians to voice their opinions about the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). The CRTC will hold public consultations on the CBC March 9th to 18th, 1999 in 11 Canadian cities.  CBC Radio is notorious for its pro-abortion stance. Jim Hughes, national president of Campaign Life Coalition notes that “for the most part, CBC radio has been unfair” towards the pro-life movement in its reporting. Recent incidents of unfairness include the use of the shooting of abortionist Bernard Slepian to vilify the pro-life movement and portray them as responsible for the violence. The bias can be simply seen in the terminology CBC uses such as “pro-choice” (their name for themselves) for pro-aborts and “anti-abortion” for pro-lifers.  For more information on expressing your opinion to CBC go to:  https://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/news/RELEASES/1998/R981218e.htm  or call 1-877-249-CRTC (toll-free)

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