How To Contact CBC British Columbia

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Vancouver, B.C.

V6B 4A2

Tel: 604-662-6000

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CBC Radio programs in B.C.

>All Points West

| Manusha Janakiram

>B.C. Almanac

| Charlie Cho

>Daybreak Kamloops

| Rob Polson

  • Tel: 250-374-6802
  • Toll Free: 1-855-400-2221

>Daybreak North

| Robert Doane

>Daybreak South

| Marion Barschel

>The Early Edition

| Theresa Duvall

>Hot Air

| Michael Juk

>On The Coast

| Catherine Rolfson

>On The Island

| Madeline Green

>North By Northwest

| Sheryl MacKay

>Radio West

| Josh Pagé

Have a question about the CBC?

We've answered the most common queries in our list of Frequently Asked Questions below. 

If you still can't find the answer you're looking for, please visit the CBC Help Centre.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a local show?

Contact our local shows with the contact information above.

2. How do I suggest an idea or pose a question to a national show?

Go to Programs A-Z, look for the listing for that show, then follow the link to the website for that show. Look for the "Contact Us" section of the site.

3. Can I get transcripts, tapes, CDs, and/or DVDs of programs?

Transcripts, tapes, CDs and/or DVDs of our programs are available for a fee at Cision Canada. Please provide Cision with the program name, the time the program ran (accurate to the hour) and the date. Note: there is a charge.

To order CBC Vancouver News or older CBC Vancouver TV items, contact our Archive Media Librarian at 604-662-6855.

4. Can I reuse any web content appearing on the web pages?

For inquiries regarding the reuse of any web content appearing on the web pages only, please visit our Permissions FAQ. Please note that this information is intended for web-related content only, not for Radio and TV programming content.

5. How do I find out about jobs at the CBC?

Click on Jobs at the bottom of any page on the site.

6. How do I contact someone at the CBC?

Check the contact information above, or visit the CBC Help Centre.

7. What are your channels/frequencies?

These are listed on the CBC Channels and Frequencies page.

8. How do I get a PSA on TV?

CBC/Radio-Canada recognizes the importance for the well-being of the community of many social, charitable and artistic activities. Therefore, it makes available to qualifying private and public organizations a limited amount of free time to assist them in promoting their public service aims and objectives.

Please note: PSAs are for television only. More information on eligibility and required format and content is available here. If your organization meets the requirements, you may send your information to:

9. How do I contact the CBC about something I saw on

Contact CBC through the CBC Help Centre

10. How do I find the contact information for CBC Radio and TV programs in B.C.?

On the Programs page, you will find a list of all programs in B.C. Each program's website has a Contact page that provides contact information or use the list below.

11. Do you rent out any community space or studios?

As part of our redevelopment, a joint initiative was undertaken between the City of Vancouver's Cultural Services Department and CBC/Radio-Canada Vancouver to create Studio 700 and the Outdoor Stage available for rent, free of charge, five days per month to Vancouver based registered charities, societies and other non-profit organizations with a cultural or artistic mandate.

We also offer a wide range of studio facilities, unique meeting and special event locations for feature films, TV series, commercials, music videos, small and large recording sessions, rehearsals, concerts, performances, special events and meetings.

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