Jean-Pierre Blais at Canadian Club Toronto -- -- The Canadian Journalism Project

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Jean-Pierre Blais at Canadian Club Toronto

Facebook. Twitter. Periscope. Meerkat. With the rise of social media and citizen journalism, it is easier than ever to stay informed about world events as they unfold. There are few substitutes, however, for the trustworthy, authoritative, in-depth news coverage provided by Canadian television stations. In this era of technological change and evolving business models, it is important not lose sight of the fundamental value of news and information that enable Canadians to participate in their democracy. Join CRTC Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais as he shares his thoughts on television news and the changes that will soon be coming to Canadian television.

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