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National Assembly | The parties came together to pay tribute to Pierre Bruno

National Assembly |  The parties came together to pay tribute to Pierre Bruno

Pierre Bruno paid a powerful tribute at the National Assembly on Tuesday in Quebec. The four major parties have unanimously saluted the popular TVA anchor, who will retire next week.

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Mark-Andre Lemieux

Mark-Andre Lemieux

On this occasion, Pierre Bruno received the Medal of Honor from the National Assembly for his outstanding contribution to the Quebec media. In the Blue Room, elected officials praised the 70 – year – old journalist for his outstanding career, after receiving 23 Artisan Trophies, two Gemini Awards and several other honors, including the National Order of Canada.

Nathalie Roy, Minister of Culture and Communications, showered flowers on a man she described as a “gentleman”.

“His everyday presence in our television landscape is definitely going to be missed,” Quakwist said. This great information in Quebec is a heartfelt man, a journalist who has invested in his work, impeccable integrity. These great qualities have earned Pierre Bruno the status of being considered a key figure in Quebec journalism today. ⁇

Nathalie Roy also highlighted his social commitment through the Charles-Bruno Foundation, created in 1990 to continue the work started by his eldest son who died of leukemia at the age of 12.

“For over 30 years, the Foundation has funded and supported research in pediatric oncology. I would like to thank Mr. Bruno, as well as his wife, for their continued contribution to this cause. Has become synonymous with hope for many parents.

Acadia MP, Liberal Christine Saint-Pierre has congratulated Pierre Bruno for 46 years as an anchorman for the TVA network.

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“In my journalistic career, I met Pierre Bruno on the field, and although we do not belong to the same network, and despite being competitors, he’s always declared himself a great gentleman. .

Vincent Marissell of Quebec Solidair described Pierre Bruno as a “symbol” of the evolution of professionalism in journalism in Quebec. “He gave letters to Télé-Métropole, then to TVA, its lords.”

Finally, Joel Arseno of the party Quebecois praised his great career.

“Newscaster not only knows how to communicate, he must use himself with real care to explain, interpret, share, tell the news with clarity and accuracy, and to arouse in viewers interest in current events and raise awareness among the public about issues that affect them and have a decisive impact on their daily lives. Pierre Bruno undoubtedly has all these qualities, this talent.

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