Quebecois can now tell Justin Trudeau to go F%%K Himself 24/7 on Radio

Canada declares F-word is not too rude for radio

The Canadian authorities have decided that the F-word is not too blue for some radio listeners’ ears.

Although on English-language broadcasting the word is still not used until it is beyond the evening watershed – and even then it is only used with a prior warning – it has been decided that on French-language radio stations it is perfectly fine to broadcast the profanity at any time of day.

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  • Fucking A!

    • Clausewitz

      Good, now maybe you can listen to Dire Straits in Canada with the original cut of Money for Nothing that got banned because of one complaint by a fat Lesbo out of Nova Scotia.

  • andycanuck

    More special treatment for Quebec!

  • simus1

    Blasphemy is dying out in Quebec as a medium for swearing ? Pourquoi ?
    les maudit anglais ?
    Merde ! !

  • Maybe OT, but I just got an “urgent” public service announcement from my (non-Google) search engine provider re: changes to Net Neutrality. It started under Obama but apparently Trump is on board with it as well. Not sure what to make of it — link for what it’s worth: https://www.battleforthenet.com/

    And related John Oliver rant:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpbOEoRrHyU&feature=youtu.be

  • WalterBannon

    saying “fuck” in Wynntario is just WRONG, but grooming children in public school to have anal sex, well that is just wynntasic!

  • ntt1

    considering that Quebecois breed stock was all the thieves whores and pimps out of the gutters of 16th century Paris this should not be surprising.

  • Lightstream

    My mother used to say, ” Profanity is the attempt of a feeble mind to express itself forcibly.”