Bishop’s University Principal Michael Goldbloom was appointed to the position of Chair of the Board of Directors of CBC/ Radio-Canada on Tuesday as a part of an announcement of several new administrators to the Crown corporation. The announcement, made by Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly also named Catherine Tait as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of the public broadcaster, Montrealers Suzanne Guèvremont and Guillaume Aniorté and Sandra B. Singh of Vancouver as Directors. Tait is the first woman in the history of CBC/Radio Canada to assume the role of President/CEO. “This new CEO, Chair and Board will, in my opinion, be the most consequential in the history of CBC/Radio Canada, as they will not only carry on the task of modernizing for the digital age but will also be called on to reimagine the role of the national broadcaster in a rapidly changing communication landscape,” said Tom Clark, Chair of the Independent Advisory Committee for Appointments to the CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors. See full story in the Wednesday, April 4th edition of The Record.