|The Glenn Gould statue in front of CBC Headquarters in Toronto.|
Last summer, the CRTC (Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission) received many complaints from ordinary Canadians, for shutting down analogue television service; low-income and rural Canadians were particularly affected by the decision. The CBC mandate is--- to serve the people of Canada; to preserve our heritage and to provide broadcasting services from coast to coast to coast.
"All proceeds from the sale...will be used to support the creation of Canadian programming."
On July 1, 1994, Canada's National Broadcaster owned properties in British Columbia worth $50,830,700 million dollars:
|From: "Introduction When a Country".|