The CBC Launches Emoji Stickers Keyboard for iPhone

The CBC has launched their own emoji keyboard for iPhone users, full of “over 60 current and vintage characters, personalities and symbols.” The public broadcaster explains the app was created so “Canadians can bring stickers of their favourite characters and personalities into their conversations, as well as symbols that celebrate Canadian broadcasting.”

Below are some close up images of some popular CBC icons:

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David Suzuki, Peter Mansbridge, Rick Mercer

The full list of CBC emojis can be seen below:

CBC Emoji Keyboard full

Check out the promo video below:

The app also is available right now for Android users in Google Play. Let us know what you think of this app from the CBC—these are your tax dollars at work, folks!

Click here to download the CBC Emoji Keyboard in the App Store—it’s free.

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  • A. Taxpayer

    This is where your taxpayer dollars go to. Brilliant.

  • MGSayah

    Exactly what I thought. Bunch of idiots…

  • Chris

    Nice to see the CBC putting our $1.1 BILLION to work now that the liberals are back in….

  • sully54

    I highly doubt this app cost $1.1 billion to develop.

  • Chris

    The app itself doesn’t cost that. I meant that the amount of tax payer dollars being given to the CBC was $1.1 billion a year but was being slowly cut back over the last few years. Now that the liberals are in full power, the amount will climb back up…. or over what was once given to them….
    The CBC is the liberal propaganda arm after all…

  • Crosseyedmofo

    oh lord

  • sully54

    A bunch of emojis is all of a sudden liberal propaganda? Right…