On September 8, the Administrators Guild of Canada hosted a digital city corridor the place candidates from the 5 main nationwide events addressed the way forward for the audiovisual trade — tv, music, radio, streaming and extra.
In attendance on the occasion, moderated by Trina McQueen of York College and Patrick White of UQAM Media College, had been Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault (Laurier—Sainte-Marie, Liberal), Kevin Waugh (Saskatoon-Greenwood, Conservative), Martin Champoux (Drummond, Bloc Québécois), Heather McPherson (Edmonton-Strathcona, NDP), and Sandy Crawley, the Inexperienced Get together’s shadow cupboard critic for arts, tradition and heritage.
Amongst different topics, candidates took turns talking at size about points across the Broadcasting Act and Invoice C-10, variety inside the cultural sector, and the necessity for the cultural sector to collaborate with local weather scientists as a way to narrativize local weather change and make it accessible to the broader inhabitants.
You’ll be able to watch the controversy above. For more information on the events and their positions, go to artsvotebc.ca.
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