Kai Nagata was CTV’s Quebec City Bureau Chief until he decided that CTV could take that job and shove it! And for all the right reasons. There is a revolution going on, but you don’t know what it is, do you, Mister Jones?
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He explains all over on his blog, Kai Nagata.
“Until Thursday, I was CTV’s Quebec City Bureau Chief, based at the National Assembly, mostly covering politics. It’s a fascinating beat – the most interesting provincial legislature in Canada, and the stories coming out of there lately have been huge. The near-implosion of the Parti Quebecois has kept the press gallery hopping well into summer. If you’re not from Quebec, it’s hard to explain the place the National Assembly holds in the popular imagination – but suffice to say that within francophone journalistic circles it carries more prestige than Parliament Hill. I had the privilege to be working next to several of the sharpest reporters in the country.”
Rest of story here.