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CRTC launching Indigenous consultations

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is launching public consultation to gather views on how to better support Indigenous broadcasters and content creators.

The CRTC has created an Indigenous Relations Team, which will be seeking input from communities across the country to help ensure Indigenous stories and voices are properly represented, easily found and shared across all platforms.

“These actions will help ensure that the voices and perspectives of Indigenous peoples are reflected in Canada’s broadcasting system and are supported across the CRTC’s work,” said Vicky Eatrides, chairperson and chief executive officer with the CRTC.

Officials say the team will also provide information sessions to communities to better understand the CRTC, its policies, processes and more.

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Comments will be accepted, both online and by mail, until July 22.

More information on the CRTC’s approach to a modernized Indigenous broadcast policy and the upcoming engagement process can be found at

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