Publications — 2017

From time to time, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting commissions research on topics relating to its issue set. FRIENDS also benefits from research papers produced by students at Canadian law schools under the auspices of the Pro Bono Student Canada programme.

May 24, 2017 — Publication

The Impact of Watching Orphan Black

By Taeja Liu, winner of the 2017 Dalton Camp Award.

May 24, 2017 — Publication

In Defense of CBC

By Brooks Decillia - Best Essay by a Post-Secondary Student, 2017 Dalton Camp Award

Jan 27, 2017 — Publication

The Shattered Mirror: News, Democracy and Trust in the Digital Age

Public Policy Forum report finds crisis in news is a growing threat to Canadian democracy.

Jan 26, 2017 — Publication

The Deductibility of Foreign Internet Advertising

The thesis of this paper is that advertising purchased on foreign internet-delivered media that act as broadcast and newspaper services should not continue to be deemed a deductible expense under the Canadian Income TaxAct (ITA).