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Feds give Heritage more money for digitizing new and archival cultural content

News | 04/06/2000 4:00 am EDT

Canadian Heritage is spending $20 million over the next year to digitize Canada's cultural history and to develop new online content. The first details of the program were released last week as part of the federal department's budget estimates for the current fiscal year (Part III – Report on Plans and Priorities).

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