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Money for CanCon in budget stopgap measure: CMPA

Briefs | 03/01/2018 1:33 pm EST
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The 2018 federal budget, released Tuesday, confirmed the Canadian Media Fund (CMF) will receive top ups to offset declining private industry contributions, and included new funding efforts to support local journalism.

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