Canadian university offers counseling services to former CBC Toronto interns

Carleton University (“Canada’s Capital University”) says 73 of its journalism students interned at CBC Toronto between 2003 and 2014, and that at least one worked on fired host Jian Ghomeshi’s “Q” program.
“We have no information at this time that any of our students have been affected” – had unpleasant, or worse, dealings with Ghomeshi – and “no one has raised any concerns about their placements there,” the school says. “However, we are making counselling services available to anyone requiring them.”

So far three women have filed abuse complaints against the former CBC star. One spoke to CBC’s “As It Happens” show today.

* Carleton University offers counseling to former CBC interns (
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