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Sunday, February 26

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    The Canadian government has passed similar laws related to media in Canada. Radio stations, television channels, and other types of media now have certain quotas relating to Canadian entertainment that they now must meet up to. Canadian radio stations must play at least 30% music from Canadian artists and Canadian TV channels must play 60% or more of Canadian shows. This means more bands or artists like Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain, or Hedley, will be listened to more often by the people of their country. The CRTC regulates, creates, or improves these laws in Canadian media.
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    The Canadian government has passed similar laws related to media in Canada. Radio stations, television channels, and other types of media now have certain quotas relating to Canadian entertainment that they now must meet up to. Canadian radio stations must play at least 30% music from Canadian artists and Canadian TV channels must play 60% or more of Canadian shows. This means more bands or artists like Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain, or Hedley, will be listened to more often by the people of their country. The CRTC regulates, creates, or improves these laws in Canadian media.
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    These laws don't only protect the artists and performers, but also protect the viewers or listeners of Canada from getting overwhelmed with a more dominant cultures media, like the United States. By hearing and watching more artists/performers from Canadian culture, viewers will feel a stronger sense of identity with their culture.
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Saturday, October 29

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    The Canadian government has passed similar laws related to media in Canada. Radio stations, television channels, and other types of media now have certain quotas relating to Canadian entertainment that they now must meet up to. Canadian radio stations must play at least 30% music from Canadian artists and Canadian TV channels must play 60% or more of Canadian shows. This means more bands or artists like Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain, or Hedley, will be listened to more often by the people of their country. The CRTC regulates, creates, or improves these laws in Canadian media.
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    The Canadian government has passed similar laws related to media in Canada. Radio stations, television channels, and other types of media now have certain quotas relating to Canadian entertainment that they now must meet up to. Canadian radio stations must play at least 30% music from Canadian artists and Canadian TV channels must play 60% or more of Canadian shows. This means more bands or artists like Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain, or Hedley, will be listened to more often by the people of their country. The CRTC regulates, creates, or improves these laws in Canadian media.
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Wednesday, September 14

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Wednesday, October 14

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    global multiculturalism. Later, the MNA was illuminati confirmed.
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Thursday, June 18

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    Cultural content laws are government laws protecting a group’s culture from being assimilated within another culture, or from otherwise disappearing. These laws are usually protecting the authors, artists, or performers of a minority. Without these cultural content laws, the cultural identity of a group will be in danger of being overpowered by the media of a dominant culture.
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    These laws don't only protect the artists and performers, but also protect the viewers or listeners of Canada from getting overwhelmed with a more dominant cultures media, like the United States. By hearing and watching more artists/performers from Canadian culture, viewers will feel a stronger sense of identity with their culture.
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    This picture is of a Canadian Landscape, painted by Tom Thomson, an artist considered a "Canadian Legend"
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    These laws don't only protect the artists and performers, but also protect the viewers or listeners of Canada from getting overwhelmed with a more dominant cultures media, like the United States. By hearing and watching more artists/performers from Canadian culture, viewers will feel a stronger sense of identity with their culture.
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