From Bill Harris of Sun Media:
- Seeing sense on Bill C-10
” The Canadian TV and film industry’s reaction to the existence of the bill has included references to Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, Communist China and the Guantanamo detention camp. And while I share some of the industry’s concerns, it’s that type of terminology that strikes me as inappropriate. The average Joe should understand something: This is not about censorship. Censorship means you aren’t allowed to make a certain TV show or movie. No one is talking about that here. Everyone in Canada is completely free to make whatever TV show or movie they want, provided — and herein lies the heart of the debate — they pay for it themselves or secure private financing.” Read more.
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