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state that having CanCon regulations in place “Could promote greater national unity. Similarly, it could promote a distinct Canadian culture, and as a result, a greater national identity or pride.”(Shedd et al. 1990) This helps to enforce that with CanCon regulations put in place the Canadian culture can be truly identified through television, films and music. Although CanCon helps the innovative individuals in Canada in regards t... ... middle of paper ... ...t in cultural diplomacy: The Canadian Co- operation Project and Canadian tourism. International Journal, 68(4), 576.
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