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Mar 4, 2011
Chart showing decline in total grant and operating grant from Parliament
to CBC from 1990/91 to 2011/12, indexed by Prime Minister and adjusted
to 2011 dollars.
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CBC / Public Broadcasting
Nine of twelve people appointed by Prime Minister Harper to the CBC's Board of Directors are or have been financial contributors to the Conservative Party of Canada.
Contact information for the CBC/Radio-Canada board of directors and other key individuals.
Local organizers of a group called Reimagine CBC had planned to drop off a petition opposing any cuts to the CBC at the riding office of Heritage Minister James Moore.
A briefing note to FRIENDS supporters outlines the huge and troubling gap between Stephen Harper's words and deeds regarding the CBC and Canada's cultural sovereignty
Chart showing the total parliamentary funding of the CBC over the last decade indexed by Prime Minister and expressed in 2011 dollars.
Chart showing decline in total grant and operating grant from Parliament to CBC from 1990/91 to 2011/12, indexed by Prime Minister and adjusted to 2011 dollars.
Data from a new POLLARA study show the vast majority of Canadian voters hold the CBC in high regard and believe the public broadcaster is underfunded.
FRIENDS briefs members of the House of Commons Heritage Committee on a new survey which finds strong support for the CBC and widespread belief that the Conservative government is hostile to the public broadcaster.
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