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Controversy: Télé-Québec suspends the broadcast of an interview with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge

Controversy: Télé-Québec suspends the broadcast of an interview with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge

In the wake of the video with racist connotations shared by Guillaume Lemay-Thiverge, Télé-Québec will not broadcast the interview that the actor, host and director conducted with Christian Begin on his show. High mass. At least not at the moment.

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“Under these circumstances, Télé-Québec will not broadcast the episode High mass With Guillaume Lemay-Thiverge. “Out of respect for everyone and because we all need a little perspective in the current public space, the interview has been temporarily put aside,” Danielle Brassard, Télé Québec’s press officer, noted in an email sent to QMI.

  • Listen to the interview with Muriel Chatelier, president of the Quebec United Against Racism Association (AQUR), on the Sophie Durocher program via QUB :

The episode, which was scheduled to air on April 5, opened with the second episodeH season. In this book, Christian Begin conducts intimate interviews with Régis Labeaume, Kim Levesque-Lizotte, and Marie-Claude Barrett.

The 48-year-old star also lost his contract as host of Canada's most popular show, Masked singers, value added tax. He had to come back for 4H consecutive season but TVA distanced itself from it.

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