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    Canadian Music Culture

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    Sounds of Canada Music is an important part of identity, as it evolves with the people it represents. It creates an identity which is not only heard and seen, but also felt. This is why music has always been an integral part of culture. It is also an important tool in myth building because of its power to effect individuals personally and uniquely, while being created for all. It recreates memories and evokes emotions without words. In this way music is international, it is the language which everyone

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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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    Many people argue whether not Canada has any culture at all, and why American culture seems to have such a big influence on Canadian music, art and television. Over the years the Canadian government has tried to protect and develop talent in Canada. Once British traditions started to fade away, the influence on Canada from America became stronger. If Canada was to become a strong independent country they needed their own identity. The government support has played an important role in the arts development

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    Many had argued that Canada should establish its own culture to have an identity separate, later growing into a concern of the government. Most would think that the cultural influence was negative as the influences of other countries would take away from the country’s own culture and identity, but it was not the case. The influence of American culture in the 1950s and 1960s in Canada was positive. American music, Hippie culture, and the impact the American

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    influence on Canada, but the truth is, these two countries share a long common border, they use frequently the same language, they watch the same movies, listen to the same music and collaborate on other numerous levels, including economic and political activity. In this paper, I would like to show the extent of the influence on Canadian popular culture that comes from the United States. For my analysis I have chosen four segments of popular culture: television, printed media, music and films. In

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    Cultural Change in Canada

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    Cultural Change in Canada Pierre Trudeau stated that English Canada didn't have a culture and he wanted to give it one. He wanted Canada to be a strong country when Canadians of all provinces felt at home in all parts of the country, and when they felt that all Canada belongs to them (Trudeau, 1971) Trudeau encouraged immigration and thought these immigrants will assimilate and strengthen Canada. He wanted Canada to be a society where people were all equal and where they can share some fundamental

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    MuchMusic and The CRTC

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    MuchMusic is a Category A specialty channel in Canada. As defined by the CRTC, “specialty television services are offed on a discretionary basis” and are complementary to general interest programming (Armstrong, 2010). In the past, the network belonged to CHUM Limited, however, it was recently acquired by Bell Media in 2011. As the world adapted new technologies and innovation, forces like YouTube (among many others) made it harder for music video based networks like MTV to compete, as YouTube delivered

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    limited rights and freedoms. We won’t share all of these interest and experiences—that merely make us human—but I think that not only does it play a role in what makes us Canadian, but also how we view Canada. However, through this course, I have learned that there is another way of looking at Canada, through geographical lenses. It’s a concept that focuses on the idea that there is more to places/landscapes/nature then there is. It doesn’t just show

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    1930's was when Canada began to be more indepenant by slowly cutting ties with Britian, but lost its new found indepence by being swayed by America. Canada was influenced with its inventions, cultural trends, and economics. Canada adopted many of America's inventions into their homes, along with their cultural trends through entertainment and way of life. Also, Canada was economically dependent on America. Overall, Canada was influenced throughout the 1920's that by 1929, Canada became very similar

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    A Vote for Canadian Content Regulations

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    order for Canada to share an equal part in the overall media 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

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