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Is a Canadian publisher really Canadian?

Guardian – 2012-02-02

Many countries have laws ensuring that media ownership remains in national hands or, at least, a large percentage of it does so.Some such laws are very specific. Others, such as the Investment Canada Act (ICA), are rather subjective. In the ICA's case, it empowers the Canadian government to forbid foreign investments of "significant" size if they do not present a "net benefit to Canada." There is plenty of wriggle room there. What's significant? How does one prove whether it is of net benefit...
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BRIDGEWATER, NS, July 22, 2011 /CNW/ - Two book publishers in Atlantic Canada will be able to hire additional staff and grow their businesses, thanks to an investment from the Government of Canada.... | CNW – 2011-07-22

Indigo fires Canadian publishers' anger over changing terms

Written By: M J Deschamps in Ottawa Publication Date: Fri, 22/07/2011 - 15:02 Canadian publishers have attacked the decision by Indigo Books & Music, the country's biggest bookshop chain, to stock... | The Bookseller – 2011-07-22

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Bell Media Picks Up Options on Novels by Three Canadian Authors

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Industry Media celebrates Manitoba business success in Canadian Industry Online

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Canadian securities regulators mandate OBSI's dispute resolution service for registered dealers and advisers

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