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Online Streaming Act will modernize broadcast laws: CRTC commissioner

Briefs | 01/12/2023 3:49 pm EST
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Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act, is a necessary tool to update Canada’s broadcasting laws, the CRTC commissioner for Manitoba and Saskatchewan told a conference on Tuesday. Joanne Levy was speaking to the All Access Conference in Winnipeg.

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