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Future reviews to determine much of DigiCanCon strategy: experts

News | 09/28/2017 11:25 am EDT
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly announces the $500-million Netflix deal on Sept. 28, 2017./ Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA — While the response to the long-awaited results of Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly’s Canadian content consultation included praise for some elements — such as a $500 million deal for Netflix Inc. to spend on content in Canada — many also pointed out that it’s a strategy that pushes off any substantive legislative and regulatory changes.

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