From Robb Wells in the Montreal Gazette:
- Sure, ‘local TV matters,’ but so does Canadian programming
“We Canadians have produced tonnes of amazing television, from Mr. Dressup to the Beachcombers, Degrassi to Trailer Park Boys (OK, I’m a little biased on that one). These programs have gone down as icons that make us all proud. And we’re still able to produce popular and innovative Canadian programs. We just need to be able to air them.” Read more.
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