A NAFTA without the cultural exemption is not worth signing
By Sheila Copps Sep. 10, 2018
Some think that the cultural exemption is only there to support the few. Nothing could be further from the truth. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to stand firm on this.
A film version of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid's Tale resonates in the global market. But her strength as a writer and creator was nurtured through multiple Canadian policies that should not be compromised, writes Sheila Copps. Image courtesy of Wikipedia
OTTAWA—Culture is a hill that the North American Free Trade Agreement should die on.
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