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Rebooting Canada’s Communications Legislation

A conference is held that examines changes to Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications legislation. In the fifth session of the conference Kirsten Embree (Partner, Dentons LLP), Geneviève Bonin (University of Ottawa), Ann Mainville-Neeson (Telus), Samuel Trosow (University of Western Ontario) and Jeanne d’Arc Umurungi (Communications Director, Canadian Media Guild) discuss issues related to the enforcement of electronic communications regulation in the 21st century. ( May 23, 2015 )


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