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

The CAB calls for recognition of essential services provided by broadcasters in replacement worker legislation

As the national voice of Canada’s private broadcasters, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) calls for the Government to make an exception for our essential radio and TV broadcasters in th...

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The CAB announces new Chair in 2023-25 board appointments

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is pleased to announce Carmela Laurignano of Evanov Communications Group was recently appointed to the role of Chair of the CAB Board of Directors for a ...

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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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Joint statement of the National Association of Broadcasters and Canadian Association of Broadcasters on Meta’s news blocking

In response to Meta blocking news on Facebook and Instagram for Canadian users after the passage of Canada’s Online News Act, the following joint statement can be attributed to NAB President and CEO...

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Meta ending news availability shows tangible disregard for democracy

Meta’s decision to end news availability in Canada in the coming weeks shows the company’s tangible disregard for democracy and its willingness to allow misinformation to thrive instead of paying ...

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The CAB welcomes the new Minister of Canadian Heritage, Pascale St-Onge

Following Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s introduction of the new federal cabinet, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is pleased to welcome the Honourable Pascale St-Onge in her new role...

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