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CBC/Radio-Canada plan to deal with budget cuts ‘obsolete’: watchdog

Briefs | 01/31/2014 9:56 pm EST

The CBC/Radio-Canada report tabled by Heritage Minister Shelly Glover in the House of Commons on Monday, which sets out CBC’s plans to deal with reductions to its budget, is “obsolete,” said Ian Morrison, spokesman for watchdog group the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting.

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