Mélanie Joly says the move is about creating jobs.
The move recognized that market incentives are the best way to ensure Canadians get the cultural products they want.
You aren't helping your reputation — and you are regularly hurting the reputation of this government.
"I’ll have the chance to give more details about that later on."
Notwithstanding the mechanisms (taxes) that she's ruled out, there's a clear path to making our cultural industries whole.
Maybe we'll finally see the the rich and hungry ISPs share some of their huge cake with the starving and out-of-breath creative industry.
She says it didn't 'reflect the horrors experienced by the Jewish people.'
Some wonder whether the days of a fiercely pro-consumer telecom watchdog are over.
During the months and years ahead we hopefully will witness the rebuilding and revival of a CBC we can once again be proud of.
In a HuffPost Q&A, Heritage Minister Melanie Joly talks about funding for Canada 150 celebrations in light of ongoing issues facing the country's Indigenous peoples.