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24 May 2016,     CANADA
Help shape Canada’s federal review of cultural policy
 Mélanie Joly
The Government of Canada is conducting a pre-questionnaire to learn about the difficulties associated with Canadian content creation, discovery and export in a digital world.

The questionnaire comes after Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly recently announced that there would be a comprehensive review of Canada’s cultural policy, including the Copyright Act.
This will be the first step of the review. Joly, along with an expert advisory group will lead public, stakeholder and online consultations to come up with additional ways to strengthen Canadian content creation. Consultations will address various industries including television, radio, film, digital media and magazines.

It should take approximately 10 to 30 minutes to complete the pre-consultation questionnaire, and it must be done before May 27, 2016. This is an opportunity for  writers, visual artists and publishers to help shape the direction of the government’s policy review.


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