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Corus asked BTLR to immediately change foreign ownership rules

News | 05/30/2019 4:19 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez was briefed about what Corus was asking the government for in its submission to the BTLR panel. / Hill Times photo Andrew Meade.

Corus Entertainment Inc., the only major Canadian broadcaster refusing to make public its submission to the ongoing review of Canada’s communications laws, asked the government to move quickly to loosen restrictions on foreign ownership of broadcast assets.

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