Radio & Television

C-11 consistent with Canada’s trade obligations, Global Affairs Canada tells senate committee

Privacy commissioner says there could be privacy concerns, other witnesses claim CRTC does not have capacity to implement bill By Amanda Oye OTTAWA – Bill C-11, which aims to update Canada’s broadcasting legislation, is consistent with Canada’s international trade obligations, Darren Smith, Global Affairs Canada executive director, technical barriers and regulations, told the senate’s transport and communications committee during the first of two meetings held today as part of its study on the subject matter of the bill. This includes its commitments under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement, Smith added. Back in July, United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai met with...

Our industry and COVID-19

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