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Monica Auer

Monica Auer is executive director of Forum for Research and Policy in Communications (FRPC), based in Ottawa.

Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 23, 2022
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez’s Bill C-11 reduces transparency in a number of ways, including by eliminating existing levels of public participation in broadcast regulation, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 23, 2022
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 23, 2022
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez’s Bill C-11 reduces transparency in a number of ways, including by eliminating existing levels of public participation in broadcast regulation, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 3, 2022
Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez's comment that 'all' Bill C-11 would do is 'update the rules of broadcasting' severely understates C-11’s potential impact, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 3, 2022
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 3, 2022
Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez's comment that 'all' Bill C-11 would do is 'update the rules of broadcasting' severely understates C-11’s potential impact, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 15, 2021
Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured Jan. 29, 2020, at CMPA Prime Time opening screening of Cardinal in Ottawa. The current Broadcasting Act requires Canadian ownership and control of the broadcasting system, a concept now in danger from the changes proposed in Bill C-10, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 15, 2021
Opinion | BY MONICA AUER | March 15, 2021
Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, pictured Jan. 29, 2020, at CMPA Prime Time opening screening of Cardinal in Ottawa. The current Broadcasting Act requires Canadian ownership and control of the broadcasting system, a concept now in danger from the changes proposed in Bill C-10, writes Monica Auer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade