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Trudeau responds to CIPF concern

Briefs | 10/26/2016 8:57 pm EDT

Even though the CRTC is an arms-length organization, there is “a lot this government can do directly to support artists and creators across this country,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday, in response to a question about the CRTC’s recent changes to the certified independent production fund (CIPF) framework.

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