CBC/Radio-Canada President and CEO Catherine Tait will keep her job for the next one and-a-half years as the federal government begins the process of picking a permanent replacement.

“It’s a critical issue that all Western democracies are grappling with,” Tait told CBC News on Thursday.

“I believe Canada’s public broadcaster has a unique role to play to address disinformation, build trust in verified and trusted news, and, most importantly, to foster Canadian conversations in English, French and indigenous languages.”

Tait will stay on until January 2025. Her first five-year term ends in July.

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