Canada's Cultural Policies ; You Can't Have it Both Ways
Most viewers and performers are probably unaware that NCN has been the focus of a continuing trade dispute between Canada and the United States, one of an increasing number of disputes affecting the cultural industries. Most of these cases arise from friction between Canadian domestic policies and international commitments that are increasingly in line with the rising importance of international commercial opportunities.
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|Publication status:||Published: "Cultural Policies: Canada Can't Have it Both Ways", Canadian Foreign Policy, 4,3 (Winter 1997) 65-82.|
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