Take a look at some or our recent news and updates about what we are doing to advocate on behalf of Canada’s private broadcasters

News publishers and broadcasters call for Competition Bureau investigation into news blocking

News Media Canada, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and CBC/Radio-Canada (“the applicants”) have applied to Canada’s Competition Bureau to investigate Meta’s abuse of its dominant posi...

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Honouring National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

This National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, which coincides with Orange Shirt Day on September 30, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is taking time to reflect on the tragic history a...

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Bill C-18: The Online News Act

Bill C-18: The Online News Act was introduced by the Hon. Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage, this morning in the House of Commons. The bill’s purpose is to regulate digital news inte...

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PSA campaign in support of Ukraine by Bell Media for the Canadian Red Cross

Duff Roman contacted the CAB to help share a PSA campaign in support the Canadian Red Cross and their ongoing efforts in Ukraine. The PSA was developed through Bell Media and calls on Canadians for th...

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Women in Canadian broadcasting

On International Women’s Day, the CAB celebrates the women who contribute to the Canadian broadcast sector across our country. There are many iconic women who paved the way and shaped the sector int...

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Op-Ed: The future of broadcasting in Canada is at stake

Op-Ed by CAB President Kevin Desjardins as published in The Toronto Star

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