The first woman to host an athletic program in Quebec ended her last term on Sunday with the conclusion of the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
The show ended with a touching tribute that can be seen again by clicking on the image above.
I was told there would be something at the end of the show, but I didn’t know whatMarie-José Turcotte, captured to Guy A. Lepage, on the set Everyone is talking about it.
It was a great modification. There is evidence that I was once young! It was impressive. I have very nice colleagues.
Marie-José Turcotte now realizes, in hindsight, the role she has played in the media landscape.
I never realized I was a pioneer. I had a flicker, yes. I knew I was entering a different environment, I was the only woman. I was not unanimous. Some thought I didn’t belong. People don’t want me there. But I didn’t want to find out, because I was having so much fun.
Having covered 17 Olympic Games, including 15 as a news anchor, she is very proud of the Gémeaux Awards she has received.
It affects me because it is a peer vote. It comes from people who understand and know the business. This is impressive.
But his biggest pride is that it has stood the test of time.
I’ve left a tooth on the air. It wasn’t always like that on TVyou remember.
Now we let women age on the air. It is positive. For me, it was a privilege, each time I was assigned to the Olympic Games. It was an honor for me to continue in this profession.
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