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Conservatives stand by CBC: Oda

News | 06/20/2006 4:00 am EDT

Heritage minister Bev Oda delivered her first comprehensive speech on broadcasting on Sunday, June 11, the first day of the Banff World Television Festival. In it, she responded to some of the issues and concerns Canada’s broadcasting community had expressed about increasing competition from unregulated networks and the future of the CBC, among other issues. Below is an edited excerpt from her speech.

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