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CanCon rules need to be updated for new media landscape, conference hears

News | 11/03/2021 6:35 pm EDT
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Canadian content should be better defined as we advance to a greater reliance on digital programming, according to a prominent communications lawyer. Ken Engelhart, the former regulatory head at Rogers Communications Inc. currently in private practice, made the remarks at a web conference in Ottawa on Nov. 3.

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