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Victor Teboul's Column
By Victor Teboul
Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor,®
Victor Teboul is a writer and the publisher of ®, The Tolerance Webzine, which he founded in 2002 to promote a critical discourse on tolerance and diversity. Dr. Teboul is the author of several books and numerous articles. He was a member of the Jury of Canada’s Governor General’s Literary Awards, for non-fiction.

(Photo : Laforest et Sabourin, photographie)

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Teboul's new novel, Bienvenue chez Monsieur B.! has just been published in Paris and is now available in Canada.  
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Dr. Teboul has also written and hosted several radio series broadcast on Radio-Canada's cultural network. Dr. Teboul has taught literature at a college, north of Montreal, (Quebec, Canada), and history at l'Université du Québec à Montréal. He was a member of the Conseil supérieur de l'éducation and the Quebec Press Council.

Victor Teboul holds several diplomas and a Ph.D. from Université de Montréal. 

He is the president of® Inc which publishes the® Webzine.

Please click on image to see second photograph - Victor Teboul at the International Montreal Writer's Exhibition, "Je lis Montréal", Montréal Book Capital of the World, summer 2005. Photo © L. Labissonnière.
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Other articles from the same contributor are also available on our French-language site.
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By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor,®
According to a a study by a Carleton University researcher, which sampled 2010 newscasts of Radio-Canada's Le Telejournal, 42 per cent of the coverage focused on Quebec, a third dealt with international news and just 20 per cent covered Canadian "national" news. But what about the CBC and its own coverage of Québec? (Full Story)

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