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Brian Lilley is the host of Byline on Sun News Network and a senior correspondent for Sun Media's Parliamentary Bureau in Ottawa. His weekly column is published in more than 30 daily newspapers across Canada and he appears on several leading talk radio stations. Watch Byline at 9pm ET Monday to Friday and read Brian's columns in your Friday papers.
Pay more for CBC?!
by Brian Lilley
Be warned — CBC wants to dip into your wallet to make you pay more.
The CRTC is holding hearings into the future of Canadian television. This was prompted after the Harper government said it wanted to give Canadians more choice in what they can choose to pay for and what they watch when it comes to their cable and satellite packages.
The idea is, let Canadians unbundle and just pay for what they want to subscribe to. Lots of Canadians think they already pay too much for their cable bills because they don’t watch half the channels. Most of us see this as a way to pay less for TV.
Not CBC. They see this as a way to get you to pay more. Read more…
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