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Jenna Cocullo and Michael Lee-Murphy

Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured on the Hill on Jan. 31, 2022, said under the new legislation, amateur creators who generate revenue through video sponsorship or ads from social media sites, such as YouTube, will remain exempt and that it will only apply to 'professional' music, movies or series.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, pictured on the Hill on Jan. 31, 2022, said under the new legislation, amateur creators who generate revenue through video sponsorship or ads from social media sites, such as YouTube, will remain exempt and that it will only apply to 'professional' music, movies or series.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade