BILL C-11

Bill C-11: a big step forward for culture

Bill C-11 seeks to ensure that large online broadcasting companies contribute their fair share to cultural ecosystems.

Bill C-11 on broadcasting: frequently asked questions

In response to the high level of misinformation related to Bill C-11 in the media and on social networks, the CDCE decided to answer the most frequently asked questions about the Online Broadcasting Act.

Stand up for C-11!

Bill C-11 will ensure that Canadian creations and productions have an important place on our airwaves and screens. Let's do this!

NEWS

What future for copyright in Canada?

May 31 and June 1st
Conference on the future of copyright in Canada organized by the CDCE, in collaboration with ALAI Canada, the Faculty of Civil Law of the University of Ottawa and the Chaire Intelligence artificielle responsable à l'échelle mondiale.

Part-time job offer: Communications Officer

22 April 2022
Permanent part-time position, 3 days a week.

19 April 2022
Monthly watch covering all regions of the world, in partnership with GRIC-CEIM.

Bill C-11: What is at stake for the cultural community in British Columbia?

April 13, 2022
Regional meeting for British Columbia's cultural community to present and discuss the context and issues of the Broadcasting Act review.

Bill C-11: What is at stake for the cultural community in Manitoba?

7 avril 2022
Regional meeting for Manitoba's cultural community to present and discuss the context and issues of the Broadcasting Act review.