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Canadian Heritage unveils near-finalized new media initiatives to Toronto audience

News | 02/07/2002 5:00 am EST
Toronto new media players were finally given a bird’s-eye view of Canadian Heritage’s Canadian Culture Online Program (CCOP) on January 25 as department head René Bouchard visited the Liberty Village New Media Centre with the first of a series of road shows to tout the program. Formerly known as the Canadian Digital Cultural Content Initiative, the complex venture was explained to about 60 new media, educational, broadcast and other individuals at the well-received briefing.

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