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Without independence, CBC would be ‘state broadcaster’: Tait

News | 05/31/2019 2:36 pm EDT
CBC president Catherine Tait on Parliament Hill in 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA The spectre of past Conservative government cuts to CBC/Radio-Canada and potential future policy to force changes to CBC news coverage was the undercurrent at the House heritage committee Thursday afternoon during an appearance by CBC president Catherine Tait.

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