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Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly on #MeToo and CanCon in the Netflix era

Mélanie Joly stops by q to talk about her vision for Canadian cultural industries at a time of major change.

​Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly joins Tom Power in the q studio to talk about her vision for Canadian cultural industries at a time of major change: change in the platforms we use, our feelings about paying for art, and conversations around what's happening behind the scenes at our cultural institutions.

Produced by Vanessa Greco

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