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From screen quotas to a Quebec CRTC: How the political parties measure up on cultural promises

News | 10/09/2008 5:44 pm EDT

They won’t win this election – in fact it’s doubtful they’ll even win a single seat – but the Green Party is proposing to shake up the status quo when it comes to political appointments, screen quotas, copyright protection and freeing up the airwaves. Tech Media Reports also examines the platforms of the other political parties, including the Conservative Party‘s decision to scrap the controversial censorship provisions in Bill C-10.

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