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Guilbeault setting guidelines for diverse content online

Briefs | 06/30/2021 4:17 pm EDT
Minster of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault at a press conference on Nov. 3, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

In order to encourage more diverse content online, Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault has released a guiding document with recommendations on how to foster diversity in cultural content, information and news. 

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