Indigenous peoples in Canada are at risk of losing their voice on the airwaves if proposed legislation to update the Broadcasting Act forces the smaller, independent broadcasters to do their own negotiating as services increasingly move online, says the CEO of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).

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