Frédéric Choinière is a communicator with eclectic tastes and a unifying tone who knowshow to combine discipline and originality. Initially host of the irreverent daily show Volt,on the public Franco-Ontarian TV Network (TFO), he then took on a more diplomatictone joining the United Nations Radio at the headquarters of the organization in NewYork, before raising ecological challenges in Les Verts contre-attaquent (Tele-Quebec).Now, for three seasons, he has been hosting Couleurs locales, a pan-Canadian news eventbroadcast on the French-language channel Unis TV. He also hosted a documentary series in which he was the hero ... or the guinea pig,according to whether we find admirable or completely insane the quest he gave himself:to live a year consuming only food and products made in the country. The result - Ma vieMade in Canada - hit the screen in September 2017 on Unis TV. The reader willunderstand that our host likes to do immersive television, literally. Frederic is also a little less lost in the halls ICI Radio-Canada (CBC), since he’s beenmultiplying spots, whether it is in front of the cameras in Par ICI l’été, Ça vaut le coup orbehind the microphone on air in shows such as Médium Large, Les éclaireurs, CultureClub and La tête ailleurs. His favorite topics include the environment, tactical urbanismand citizen action. One of Frédéric's greatest challenges in life is making choices. This explains in large part why he studied political science and communication, followed by a master's degree in international relations and media. Undecided, but consistent.