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Heritage committee restores Canadian ownership to C-10

News | 04/20/2021 2:32 pm EDT
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The House of Commons Heritage committee has reinstated language protecting Canadian ownership into the Broadcasting Act after industry stakeholders raised concerns over its removal from Bill C-10.

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