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"After listening to the recordings containing the remarks made by on-air personalities on 10 and 27 September and 8 October and reading the stenographic notes, the Commission identified several remarks about the complainant related to her physical attributes, and sexual attributes in particular. There are multiple references to the size of her breasts; [translation] 'her incredible set of boobs' ... The Commission considers that the remarks made about Ms. Chiasson were abusive and tended to expose her, and women in general, to contempt on the basis of sex, in contravention of section 3(b) of the Regulations. Further, the remarks do not meet the objectives of the broadcasting policy for Canada set out in the Act. The remarks did not meet the objective of high standard of programming required by section 3(1)(g) of the Act."
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (more quotes by Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission or books by/about Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission)
Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2004-271, Ottawa, July 13, 2004, par. 61 and 65
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