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Media Accreditation

Any member of the media can cover the Public Order Emergency Commission Commission’s (POEC) proceedings. However, accreditation is required for members of the media who wish to access the hearing and media room at the venue.

To request accreditation, the Commission’s Media Accreditation Request form.

Applicants will be required to provide the Commission with information to confirm their status as working journalists in order to receive accreditation. The following documents will be required by the Commission.

  • A letter of assignment from an organization's bureau chief or editor.
  • In some cases, journalists may be required to provide additional information to be granted accreditation.

Applicants should allow two days for their application to be processed. Accredited journalists will also be required to sign an undertaking to respect the terms of the Commission’s Media Protocol. Media accreditation is non-transferable.

Media Protocol

The Commission’s Media Protocol will guide media access to the proceedings of the and the way Commission staff will interact with members of the media.

Accredited media should review the terms of the protocol and agree to abide by them. A signed copy of the undertaking on the last page of the protocol should be sent to Marie-Claude Gagné.

Media Enquiries

For media enquiries and/or to be added to the media list and receive updates, please contact