Role of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Canada

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The purpose of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is to strengthen the social fabric of Canada. It began as a judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada in 1929 and has grown into well respected source of radio, television and various internet platforms. The CBC is at the cutting edge of media technology but has evolved through many forms, originally radio, for Canadians to enjoy a shared Canadian experience. It is one way in which people who want to understand Canada better can easily glean the nation’s temper and attitudes about issues effecting Canadians and people all over the world. Its original formation accounts for a fascinating new way of finding and ideal radio policy, neither American nor European but drawing influence from both...
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