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    Canadian Content Rules

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    1970s, people from CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) felt anxious and threatened when they became aware of American Cultural imperialism had a big influence on Canadian Cultural Identity which made the latter to diminish. To solve this crisis, CRTC adopted Canadian content rules (CanCon) to govern the percentage of the music with Canadian content should be played from radio stations until now. Theoretically, this regulation could cause Canadian talents to rise and support

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    A Vote for Canadian Content Regulations

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    industry as any other country, Canadian content regulations must be in place. CanCon regulations should be enforced on Canadian media content, as it is a crucial aspect of national culture, representative of the country as a whole. Without such regulations determined by CanCon, Canadian society risks becoming lost within the commotion of international media and their varied interests. CanCon regulations not only help define Canada as a unity but help the creative Canadians that express themselves through

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    CanCon Regulations toward a Better Canada

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    experiences (Scharrer, 1957). With such a high population of young people in Canada we must be aware of the content broadcasted through mass media to encourage a more “Canadian” youth. Canadian television, films, and radio alike are often compared to that of American media, which contains highly identifiably American substance. Thus, Canadian identity and culture is greatly influenced by content derived from the USA. Otherwise, Canada has rich and diverse culture with its own economic systems, political

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    In the 1960’s news reports became mandatory to all radio programming. For most radio stations in the 60’s and even today when the news comes on, people usually change the station. The exception to the rule was CKLW. Their 20/20 news report would happen twenty minutes before the hour and twenty minutes after the hour. This was very different format; CKLW is credited for changing radio broadcasting of news forever with this particular format. When all other stations were reporting the news at the

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    Quebec is hardly in such a bad state. The data outlined in the article assessed the degree of American influence over Canadian and Quebecois cultural industry and the demand of Quebecois programming by the Francophone people, thus allowing the readers to make their own assumptions about the apparent threat to Quebec's culture. Tremblay also discusses whether Quebecois and Canadian cultural industries - such as "broadcast programming and production and film and video" - should enter the Free Trade

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    Soccer

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    Soccer Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………………………..3 History of the Activity……………………………………..4 Nature of the Activity………………………………………..4 Playing Area…………………………………………………………………..5 Physical Conditioning…………………………………………..6 Practice Drills…………………………………………………………..6 Conclusion…………………………………………………………………....7 Introduction Soccer is the worlds most popular sport. It is the national sport of most European and Latin-American countries, and of many other nations. Millions of people

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    country makes its economy unique. To begin with, the cultural friction between Canada and the United States of American has left Canadian cultures in ruins. Media content on television and the radio has been criticised as not being Canadian enough, but thanks to CRTC content has been regulated more often. The CRTC regulates and supervises all aspects of the Canadian broadcasting system and requires broadcasters to comply with its regulations. We should point out, however, that the CRTC is not

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    disposal, Constraints, Strategy and Actions, our Budget, Controls, a description of our Documentation process, the Review and Appendices. - 1 - SQUEAL LIBR/ARST 570: Management of Libraries and Archives Table of Contents Executive Summary……………………………………………………………………….1 Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………….2 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………..3 Team Characteristics………………………………………………………………………4 Ground Rules……………………………………………………………………………...5 Goals and Objectives……………………………………………………………………

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    Downsizing And Organizational Culture

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    Downsizing and Organizational Culture Table of Contents Chapter 1........................................................................................................................1 Chapter 2........................................................................................................................2 Organizational Culture Defined........................................................................2 Downsizing Defined.....................

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    Clearly Canadian Beverage Corporation Inventories analysis A.     As a manufacturing company, Clearly Canadian Corporation, which produces and markets natural and flavored beverage products is expected to hold three kinds of inventories. These inventories are carried by Clearly Canadian in every phases (input, processing, output) in manufacturing the beverage. Inventories that are held by this company are raw material inventories, working in process inventories, and finished goods inventories.

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