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In petitions to GiC, broadcasting stakeholders upset of lack of local news requirements for CBC

News | 08/12/2022 5:06 pm EDT

Several broadcast industry stakeholders are arguing to the Governor-in-Council (GIC) that the CRTC’s treatment of local news in the CBC/Radio-Canada’s licence renewal derogates the objectives of the Broadcasting Act and should be overturned.

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