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SCC simsub ban rejection a boon for Canadian performers: ACTRA

News | 12/19/2019 10:15 am EST
The Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa./ Hill Times file photo.

The nation’s highest court has quashed a 2016 decision by the CRTC to ban the substitution of Canadian advertising on American networks for the Super Bowl, which will mean more work opportunities for Canadian performers, a labour union says.

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