Melanie Joly joined HuffPost Canada for a Q&A.
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All options are being considered, Melanie Joly said.
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The digital revolution has brought many wonderful things. Canadians can plug into international events from the comfort of their own home or office, or from just about anywhere thanks to mobile devices. And the world, we hope, can do the same to find out about the great north -- Canada. The challenge, it seems, is in making sure there's Canadian content for the world to find and enjoy. Finding ways to balance the digital era with supporting local programming is key if Canada is going to continue to foster local democracy in communities.
OTTAWA — It's back to the drawing board — and a less controversial location — for a much-maligned memorial to victims of communism in the national capital, Heritage Minister Melanie Joly announced Thu...
Canada's new heritage minister says she will consult widely on the decision.
Let's start with an experiment. Take 10 seconds to write down as many Canadian films as you can. Ok, so how many did you come up with? "Not many" is the answer I received when asking the question to random folks.
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