Pascale Nadeau

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Pascale Nadeau
Born (1960-04-02) April 2, 1960 (age 54)
Ethnicity Québécois
Occupation News presenter
Notable credit(s) Réseau de l'information
Le Téléjournal weekend anchor

Pascale Nadeau (born April 2, 1960) is a Canadian news presenter for Télévision de Radio-Canada from Quebec.[1] Previously a daytime presenter for the all-news network Réseau de l'information and a local presenter for CBFT in Montreal, she has been the weekend presenter of the network's flagship newscast Le Téléjournal since September 2008.

She succeeded Céline Galipeau, who became the program's main weekday presenter following the retirement of Bernard Derome.


The daughter of television journalist Pierre Nadeau and the goddaughter of Peter Jennings, she studied special needs education in university, but left the field after a year and began working as a journalist for news radio station CKAC in Montreal. She subsequently moved to TQS, and later to TV5 before joining Radio-Canada in 1996.


  1. ^ (31 May 2007). Pascale Nadeau délogée du Téléjournal/Midi, Canoe (in French)