CPAC

Public Record

Loading video...

Public Record - The medium vs the law - Session 1


Rebooting Canada’s Communications Legislation

A conference is held that examines changes to Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications legislation. The first session of the features an opening keynote by Liora Salter (Osgoode Hall Law School) followed by a panel entitled "The medium vs the law: communications sovereignty and technology." The participants on this panel are John H. Stevenson (Rocket Stable Consulting), Tim Denton (The Windermere Group, formerly CRTC Commissioner, 2008 - 2013), Michael Geist (Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa), Gregory Taylor (Ryerson University) and Jay Thomson (Vice-President Broadcasting Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Canadian Media Production Association) ( May 22, 2015 )


more less

Related Videos

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Banking, Trade and...

Copyright Board of Canada members Claude Majeau (vice-chairman and CEO) and Gilles McDougall (secretary general) discuss the Board's...

CPAC Special

CRTC Hearing - November...

The CRTC examines differential pricing practices related to internet data plans. (November 3, 2016) Participants: Media Access Canada,...

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Foreign Affairs -...

Todd Evans (principal economist, Export Development Canada), Ross Hornby (vice-president of government affairs and policy, GE Canada) and...

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Energy, the Environment...

Canadian Urban Transit Association representatives Alex Maheu (director of public affairs) and Jeff Mackey (policy analyst) take part in...