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CPC members less supportive of CBC funding: surveys

Briefs | 05/24/2017 3:18 pm EDT
CPC leadership candidates at a Feb. 28 debate./Hill Times photo by Jake Wright.

The Canadian public and the Conservative Party of Canada members have differing views when it comes to what the country should do about funding for CBC/Radio-Canada, according to surveys commissioned by Friends of Canadian Broadcasting.

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