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C-10 creates ‘false battle’ amongst broadcasters: former CRTC commissioner

News | 11/03/2021 6:26 pm EDT
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The Canadian government is  “expanding the scope of licenced speech” as it updates Canada’s broadcasting policy even though its “has never even asked itself whether this is the right course of action” in the digital age, according to a former CRTC commissioner.

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