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“It would seem there are some challenges,” she said.
A P.E.I. MP blasted the decision as "reckless and inappropriate."
The broadcaster says the scene was edited for time in 2014 when it acquired the film.
The announcement comes from stars Dan and Eugene Levy.
The jobs of hundreds of thousands of Canadians are at risk from digital piracy, media companies say.
We need to be able to tell our stories from communities across Canada, large and small, and that means standing up for culture at NAFTA negotiations.
U.S.-based online brands like Google, Netflix and YouTube basically dominate the scene these days.
"There is shockingly little judicial review or due process in establishing and approving the list of websites being blocked."
It seems an ideal time to consider the CBC's proposal to go ad-free, but with a slightly different approach.
Hundreds of thousands of Canadian jobs are at risk from piracy, a new coalition argues.