Longtime CBC camera and soundman Danny Leduc dies at 66
By Neil MossFeb. 13, 2019
Plus, former cabinet minister and ambassador Michael Wilson dies, and a Press Gallery hockey team wins the Bingham Cup.
Former CBC sound technician Danny Leduc, right, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, in 2017 ahead of his retirement after 30 years on the Hill. Mr. Leduc died on Feb. 8 at the age of 66. Photographs courtesy of Twitter
Danny Leduc, who worked as a CBC sound and video technician for 30 years, died on Feb. 8. He was 66.
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