From Mark Bulgutch of the Toronto Star:
Killing CanCon rules a very bad idea
Canadian content. Those are dirty words to some people. They don’t like the idea of anyone telling them what they should watch or listen to in their free time. Let the market sort things out, they say. Good programs will live, no matter where they’re produced. Bad programs will die. Continue reading.
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