There are now more ways than ever to contact us at the CBC. Here's how to contact:
- CBC News
- CBC Radio One and Radio 2
- CBC English and French Services
- CBC Music
- CBC Radio-Canada Corporate Services
Pitching a news tip or program idea
Do you have a general news tip or program idea for CBC News? Send it to us! If you'd like to pitch a TV show, podcast, web series or radio show, please use the pitching channel on our Independent Producers page here.
Contacting a CBC host or personality
Do you have notes, comments or questions for a CBC host or reporter? You can send them to us, too, and we’ll pass them along. Alternatively, many hosts and personalities have their own Facebook and Twitter accounts, which is another way to reach them directly. If you're just looking for the spelling of a personality's name, you can look through our personalities roster here.
Got a local story idea?
If your pitch is a local story, we recommend reaching out to your regional news desk directly. Having trouble finding your regional contact page? From cbc.ca, you can click ‘Menu’ and choose ‘Local’ under the ‘News’ section.
When you find the appropriate region for your local story, navigate to the page (i.e. by clicking ‘Visit the British Columbia page’). Note: You can currently find the ‘Contact Us’ button at the top-right of each of our regional pages.
Still having trouble? Here's a list of our current regional contact pages:
- British Columbia
- Kamloops, BC
- Calgary, AB
- Edmonton, AB
- Saskatoon, SK
- Thunder Bay, ON
- Sudbury, ON
- Windsor, ON
- Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
- London, ON
- Hamilton, ON
- Toronto, ON
- Ottawa, ON
- Montreal, QC
- New Brunswick
- Prince Edward Island
- Nova Scotia
- Newfoundland & Labrador
Want to get in touch with a popular CBC investigative or national news program? You can! Check out Marketplace, Fifth Estate, Go Public and The National, and contact the show you believe is the best fit for the story you're trying to tell!
CBC Radio One
If you have a comment or question about something you heard over-the-air, at cbc.ca/listen or on CBC Radio’s app (available for iOS and Android), we recommend searching our list of CBC Radio One programs and reaching out directly. When you find the program you’re interested in on the page linked above, click on ‘Visit Show Site’ to go to the show’s main page. Once there, find the ‘Contact’ tab to send along your message via the show’s contact form.
Want to get to a program more directly? For CBC Radio One programs, use www.cbc.ca/radio/ and then the show name. Example: www.cbc.ca/radio/thesundayedition.
We know that not every show has a public e-mail or contact form, and in those instances we ask that you share your message with us and we’ll pass it along on your behalf.
CBC Radio 2
If you’re interested in getting the name of a song you heard on Radio 2, you can find our playlogs at CBC Music. Notice a missing song from a playlist? Let us know and we’ll try our best to track it down for you! Currently, Radio 2 programs do not have any contact forms on their pages, so if you have a question or comment for one of these shows, send it to us and we’ll pass it along.
Last but not least, our CBC Radio One Overnight team wants to hear what you think of its Overnight schedule! If you wish to offer feedback about the schedule, please send us a note requesting contact information and we'll connect you.
For more information about CBC/Radio-Canada’s English-language programs and services, please visit cbc.ca. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can reach CBC’s National Audience Services in a number of ways:
- By e-mail: Ask us a question through our CBC Help Centre contact form.
- By phone: 1-866-306-4636 (toll free, Canada only); 1-866-220-6045 (TTY/teletypewriter, hearing impaired only)
- By social media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr (NOTE: These are CBC's primary accounts on these platforms. Many of CBC's content units, programs, and personalities have their own accounts on these or other social media platforms.)
- By mail: Audience Relations, CBC
P.O. Box 500, Station A
For more information about CBC/Radio-Canada's French-language programs and services, please visit ICI Radio-Canada.ca. If you cannot find what you need, or would like to provide feedback on programming or issues, please visit Audience Relations – Société Radio-Canada.
If you have technical question about your CBC Music artist page, or if you're a musician or band that wants some air play, send us your details and we'll do our best to direct you to the appropriate channel. Please note: our CBC Music Library is no longer taking submissions, but we'd be happy to direct you to some national shows for your direct submissions.
You can reach CBC/Radio-Canada's corporate offices through our corporate Contact Us page