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Change CAVCO system to highlight Canadian culture, former CBC VP says

Briefs | 05/28/2020 5:22 pm EDT

Canada should follow Britain’s lead and change the system it uses to classify productions as Canadian content, Richard Stursberg, former head of CBC/Radio-Canada’s English services, said at a communications lawyers conference Thursday.

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