No One Really Knows How Diverse Our Private Broadcasters Are
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No One Really Knows How Diverse Our Private Broadcasters Are

Private broadcasting is supposed to be diverse under Canadian law, but the government doesn’t require that companies publish their employment equity numbers.

Because of weak and inconsistent reporting guidelines, it is impossible to know the racial makeup of of private Canadian broadcasting—or whether their diversity expectations are being met.

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