If you’re Canadian, you’re probably intimately familiar with “Canadian content,” laws created by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) that specify a significant portion of shows broadcast on TV and radio must be made in Canada.
The controversial set of laws — which has been around for the better part of a century — have led to, arguably, both an at-times-thriving regional creative industry and a nonstop pipeline of substandard schlock created solely to fill time. For every breakout like Degrassi, there’s a Littlest Hobo that makes you wonder how it ever got made. The answer, invariably: Can-con. Read more…
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