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Cultural diversity improving on Canadian screens: report

News | 07/14/2017 3:08 pm EDT
CBC comedy Kim’s Convenience was highlighted by focus group participants as an example of growing representation of visible ethno-cultural minorities on TV in Canada./Photo via CBC.

The Canadian TV landscape gets poor marks when it comes to the representation and portrayal of Indigenous people and people with disabilities, but is generally better than it was in representing diverse populations, suggests a CRTC-commissioned study on cultural diversity in Canadian media.

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