Broadcasting Act: Communications and Trudeau Government
broadcasting act: It is a sign that two parallel processes aimed at a long overdue modernization of laws governing the entire spectrum of communications from over-the-air television to the internet could face a rocky road, according to Rabble. Both processes are reviewing the Broadcasting Act and other key pieces of legislation governing communications, but only the Senate Transport and Communications Committee hearings are public. That, however, is what happened. The other process is behind closed doors. The group incudes five lawyers and a former Telus corporation vice-president, Janet Yule, who is the chair. Last June, the Trudeau government named a seven-member panel of experts to look at how communications legislation could be updated. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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