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Le Téléjournal is Radio-Canada's evening television newscast, originating from Montrealmarker, Quebecmarker and the French language equivalent of the English CBC's The National.

Local newscasts on Radio-Canada stations are also now branded as Le Téléjournal followed by the name of the city or region, e.g. Le Téléjournal Montréal on CBFTmarker in Montreal. Until the early 2000s, local newscasts were separately branded as Ce Soir (This Evening). In 2006, Radio-Canada's breakfast newscast, Matin Express, was rebranded as Le Téléjournal/matin.

Primetime edition

The flagship newscast is anchored by Céline Galipeau on Mondays to Thursdays and Pascale Nadeau from Fridays to Sundays. The newscast airs live at 9PM ET on RDI and 10PM local time (11PM in the Maritimes, 11:30PM in Newfoundland) on the local Radio-Canada stations.

Bernard Derome anchored the program from 1970 to 1998, when he was replaced by Stéphan Bureau. Bureau anchored the program from 1998 until 2003, when he was replaced by Gilles Gougeon. Derome was brought back as anchor in 2004 in an effort to return the program to its earlier success. He retired from the program again on December 18, 2008. Galipeau, who succeeded Derome as the program's main anchor, was previously the weekend anchor.

Local Téléjournals

Local newscasts under the Téléjournal name air on all stations in the SRC network. The newscasts run for 30 minutes, except for Ontario and some Quebec stations, where it runs for an hour.

Local newscasts branded as Le Téléjournal (name of region/city, e.g. Le Téléjournal Montréal) are produced in the following regions hosted by the following presenters.

The network's two private affiliates, CKRTmarker in Rivière-du-Loupmarker and CKRNmarker in Rouyn-Norandamarker, have no local newscasts of their own; instead, they carry a Téléjournal program from the nearest SRC-owned station to them (CKRT carries the Est-du-Québec edition; CKRN carries the Montreal edition).


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