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Broadcasting sector reacts to O’Toole victory

News | 08/24/2020 6:19 pm EDT
Conservative leader Erin O'Toole. Picture: Andrew Meade

The election of Erin O’Toole as federal opposition leader late Sunday night makes “the threat of CBC privatization more real,” according to Friends of Canadian Broadcasting executive director Daniel Bernhard. 

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