Melanie Joly says the CBC should take more Vice-like risks
Canada’s new heritage minister Mélanie Joly says the Trudeau government will increase funding to “battered” arts and cultural institutions — including the CBC.
“I really believe a public broadcaster is relevant and important, but it needs to be adapted to our times,” she told q host Shadrach Kabango in a wide-ranging conversation about the importance of the arts, and a broader ecosystem that supports them. Continue reading and listen to the interview.
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