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C-11 allows Canadian cultural sector to avoid becoming “service industry”: Canada Media Fund

News | 10/25/2022 4:03 pm EDT
Senator Leo Housakos during Question Period in the Red Chamber Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022 (screenshot via SenVu).

Whether or not enough content is produced in Canada by the likes of Netflix Inc., Walt Disney Co., or Amazon.com Inc. is a less important question than whether that content — though it might be produced in Canada — is ultimately owned by Canadians, according to the president and CEO of the Canada Media Fund, Valerie Creighton. 

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