The consultation report is now available!
On September 13, 2016, Minister Mélanie Joly launched consultations on “Canadian Content in a Digital World”. During this exercise, all Canadians were invited to join the conversation and have their say on how to strengthen the creation, discovery and export of Canadian content in a digital world.
The information gathered since September 13th has been tabulated and analysed by Ipsos, an independent firm specializing in data analysis and reporting.
“The rapid pace of the emergence and expansion of digital technologies presents many opportunities for Canada, as well as challenges in ensuring that Canada remains competitive in a global market in terms of distributing and discovering Canadian content. With more and more Canadians opting to “cut the cord” and increased use of online platforms for accessing information and entertainment content, it is more important than ever to ensure a Canadian perspective is available across the country and around the world. This includes content presented in television, radio, film, digital media and platforms, video games, music, books, newspapers and magazines. All creators, cultural stakeholders and citizens have a stake in the future of the creative economy.”