From Sean Craig of the Financial Post:
Canada Media Fund CEO fires back at CanCon critics, says it’s given ‘a pride of place at home’
Last week was not the best week for the Canadian Content regime. A report from the non-partisan C. D. Howe Institute argued that CanCon quotas should be abolished, foreign ownership restrictions lifted and that regulations which require cable providers to spend fixed amounts on content should be replaced with direct subsidies from the government. Continue reading.
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