The naked wisdom of Skinny Dipper
Hello Skinny,Just wandering around the Canadian portion of the www, being the other solitude that I am. I wasn't acquainted with Don Newman, looked him up in Wikipedia and discovered an important Canadian news anchorman. It's a bit mind boggling to be confronted with your own blatant Canadian ignorance.
I think if a well-known Radio-Canada, TVA, or TQS broadcaster retired, most English-Canadians would not know or care about that person. Can I name a current reporter or news anchor? Unfortunately not. It might be different for English-Quebeckers. I don't know. Outside Quebec, the francophone media are foreign. It reminded me several years ago when I used to buy DVDs at HMV and other record or video stores. French language DVDs were placed in the "Foreign" section.
That reminds me that when I was a teenager, French-Canadian movies were also placed in the "Foreign" section at my local video store. Things have changed so drastically since 2001. Telefilm Canada has truly succeeded in making French-Canadian movies compete with American and French movies at the box-office.At the SAQ, Canadian wines are still in the "other countries" section... perhaps one day.
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