The truth is, fair regulation for streaming giants isn’t complicated at all: it’s the law.
Cynthia Khoo briefly analyzes how federal ministers Mélanie Joly and Navdeep Bains are responding to rumours of the "Internet tax" -- a tabled idea that has taken the digital rights world by storm.
Many thanks to Culture Minister Mélanie Joly for announcing a review of Canadian cultural policy. It's the task of all sentient public officials to get in and bolster this crucial sector.
Today's post examines the possibility that new policy innovations might also be stymied by the TPP, further limiting Canadian cultural policy.
The intersection between the TPP and Canadian cultural policies is likely to emerge as one of the more controversial aspects of the TPP.
The TPP will destroy Canadian culture. How you ask? With its restrictions on policies to support the creation of Canadian content.
Write Along Radio
Who gives meaning to a story: the reader or the writer? Join us for that conversation, but first: a recap of CANCON 2014 and an interview with graphic novelist, Mari Naomi.
In 2011, Weird Canada won the CBC Radio 3 Searchlight competition for best music site. Weird Canada just launched WYRD Distro, a distribution service for new Canadian musicians.