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Copps promises action on broadcasting report; calls for cultural instrument

News | 07/31/2003 4:00 am EDT

Canadian Heritage minister Sheila Copps staunchly defended the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage’s report on the broadcasting sector in a brief conversation with Canadian Communications Reports, after she unveiled her Liberal Party of Canada leadership campaign platform on July 28. She told CCR that if she wins the party’s top post this November, she’ll institute measures including fixed budgets to enhance the role of parliamentary committees.

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