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Canadians want more money for CBC, don’t trust OTTs to support CanCon: Poll

Briefs | 05/13/2019 5:18 pm EDT

Almost 60 per cent of Canadians have “low trust and confidence” in Netflix Inc. to “protect Canadian culture and identity on television”; half of Canadians don’t trust cable companies to do the same; and 56 per cent of Canadians trust the CRTC to step up to fill that void. 

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