The new retired from information Pierre Bruneau will be the guest of Everyone talks about it, this Sunday , to talk about his 46 years as an anchor at TVA.
Very committed to the cause of sick children within the Charles-Bruneau Foundation, the 70-year-old journalist hosted its very last newscast last June, but returned to TVA during the election campaign to host the pre-election debate Face-à-Face Québec 2022 as well as last Monday's election night.
The Hockey Canada saga will resonate on the Sunday show as Guy A. Lepage will receive the federal Minister of Sports, Pascale St-Onge, and the sports columnist to talk about it. Martin Leclerc.
The tireless Janette Bertrand and Léa Clermont-Dion will also be there to present the documentary Janette et filles, which will be broadcast next Wednesday on Télé-Québ ec.
Also on the show: Jeanick Fournier, who won the final of Canada's Got Talent and is releasing his debut album, Quebec baseball player Charles Leblanc of the Miami Marlins and comedian Guy Nantel for his new show entitled If I understood you correctly, you are saying…
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