Alexandra Szacka

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Alexandra Szacka was CBC/Radio-Canada correspondent in Moscow. She was assigned there in Fall 2007. She replaced Nick Spicer.

She is now correspondent in Paris replacing Maxence Bilodeau.

Szacka's career began at Radio Quebec and has earned her numerous awards. She earned a master's degree in anthropology from Université Laval and is fluent in five languages: English, French, Spanish, Polish and Russian. She lived in Poland until age 15.

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