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Quebec government on regulating book prices

Quebec's Culture minister Maka Kotto says he wants to write a new chapter in the law that oversees the retail book industry. Limit the discounts the big chain stores can offer on new books, in order to protect small, independent bookstores. But not everyone likes how this story is unfolding.

Francis Farley Chevrier, the executive director for the Quebec Writers Union (UNEQ), weighs in on the debate.
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We also hear from Blaise Renaud, president of Renaud-Bray bookstores. Afterwards, we share some listener feedback.
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