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Joly not afraid of change following cultural review

News | 02/03/2017 1:36 am EST

OTTAWA — If Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly was clear about anything during a Thursday afternoon appearance at the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) Prime Time in Ottawa conference, it was that the only constant in the country’s cultural toolkit was an adherence to a Canadian social contract.

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