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‘No compromise’ on NAFTA cultural exemptions: ministers

News | 08/23/2017 5:27 pm EDT
Federal Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly (centre) and Luc Fortin (right), Quebec’s minister of culture and communications, co-chaired a meeting of culture ministers in Orford, Que. this week./ Photo via Twitter.

Canada’s heritage and culture ministers are of one mind when it comes to the ongoing renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the need to ensure cultural exemptions remain in the new agreement, Quebec culture minister Luc Fortin said Wednesday.

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