Gilles P. Delorme
Gilles-Philippe Delorme is a Canadian television journalist and host, born in Montreal in 1944. 
During his studies in literature at the University of Montreal, in 1965, he joined Le Journal de Montréal, a newly created strike in the daily [[La Presse (Canadian newspaper)|La Presse]7, a strike that benefited the newborn of the Montreal dailies to establish a solid base with readers .
In 1966, Gilles-Philippe Delorme left the Journal de Montréal and joined the news service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). For four years, he was a reporter-interviewer and then a legal reporter at the Montreal Court of Justice during the famous trials of FLQ presidents Pierre Vallières and Charles Gagnon for CBC news television.
In 1968, Yvan Canuel, Jean Duceppe and Gilles-Philippe Delorme founded the Sainte-Agathe Festival, a cultural event inspired by the Festival d'Avignon by Jean Vilar, held in the village of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. in the Laurentians. It is at the Théâtre des Patriotes that the first theater season of the festival of Ste-Agathe takes place, in the summer of 1968. Two unpublished works by Réjean Ducharme are created there: Le Cid Maghané and Ines Pérée and Inat Tendu staged all both by Yvan Canuel. Among the main performers are François Tassé as Cid, Roger Garand, Hélène Loiselle, Sophie Clément and many others. An application for a government grant, presented in Quebec City in the fall, having been refused by the Minister of Cultural Affairs of Quebec, Jean-Noël Tremblay, the Festival of Ste-Agathe is forced to end its activities after a single season , despite a remarkable success throughout the summer of 1968. However, it will have allowed Quebec theater lovers to discover the dramatic author component of the writer Réjean Ducharme, Prix Goncourt 1966 for his novel L'Avalée des avalés.
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