“Go ask Alice….” Radio-Canada TV airs the Alice Jongerden and Home on the Range raw milk story on French channel

Woman of the hour... agister Alice Jongerden of "Home on the Range"

Go to the Radio Canada French TV page, click on April 17 on the calendar to open an excerpt from that days programming.

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Then move the slider to about 13:17 to see a 2 1/2 minute story on the B.C. raw milk situation that was broadcast recently on the CBC French TV network. The story includes a good speech by one of the members of the cowshare, with some nice images of the farm in Chilliwack and also a quote from the Health Authority Inspector George Rice. Here are a few stills from that segment:

Production of the ever so controversial white liquid

Health official interviewed

Articulate cowshare member speaks his mind to the French TV audience

"Ask the man who owns one" -- in this case, one cow

All bottled up.

Newfangled warning label

Reporting live from Chilliwack, B.C.

Once again, here’s the link to that Radio Canada TV page.

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3 responses to ““Go ask Alice….” Radio-Canada TV airs the Alice Jongerden and Home on the Range raw milk story on French channel

  1. Raca Macuait

    Might have been informative if I knew French.

  2. thebovine

    I did say it was the French channel. But don’t some of the people interviewed speak in English?

    • Raca Macuait

      The inspector was in english. Joe Ditto only said about a quarter of a sentence in english before they faded him out. So didn’t really get much out of it. You did say french, but thought there might have been translation

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