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...wed by the much more influential nations without cost. With a fast growing interest in the Internet we have to be strict with these regulations as well because if we do not our future generations will not have the same opportunities, as the older generations did and that would be because of the fact that we could not sustain our own cultural industry when we did have one, opportunities such as being exposed to the market outside of Canada because we will have lost that privilege only because we were careless with our regulations now. The government might have some conflict because of trade agreements such as, the North American free trade agreement (NAFTA), or the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) but it is the government’s responsibility to continue to maintain the unique Canadian identity Canada has developed through its various cultural industries.
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