For over 75 years, Radio-Canada has been building a huge collection of archival clips featuring people and events that have made history. In fact, our archives, which include over one million photos and TV/radio clips, make up the largest French-language collection in North America. The Radio-Canada image bank contains news and current affairs programs, dramas, variety shows, and cultural programming from 1952 to today. A valuable testament to our history, Radio-Canada's archives are one of a kind, and can't be found anywhere else.
Our production teams cover major events at home and abroad, and are constantly adding their work to our databank. Black and white films, radio news reports, high-definition footage, and a complete range of sound effects recorded in surround sound—our archives are chock full of wonderful treasures that are yours to discover.
Always striving to remain on the leading edge of technology, the Radio-Canada Archive Sales unit can readily meet your technical requirements in the format that works best for you. Our team is committed to providing timely, courteous service at highly competitive rates. Simply fill out the form and email it along with your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fax your form and request to us at 514-597-7862.