|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.
On July 1, 1994, Canada's National Broadcaster owned properties in British Columbia worth $50,830,700 million dollars:
|From: "Introduction When a Country".|