With the digital age taking over, the government is re-evaluating the Canadian Content requirements. Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly wants to re-evaluate our rules to adapt to the new age of media.
Joly says “If there are new ways of dealing with supporting Canadian content in a digital area, we’ll look at it and we will create it.”
In the age of the internet, competition is only growing, so how do we change to adapt? Should we protect our content? Or is competition better for the quality of our content?