Minister Joly outlines Government’s vision for cultural and creative industries

Last September, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, launched Creative Canada: the Government of Canada’s vision for the future of our creative industries in a digital world.

Today, Minister Joly delivered a speech at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, where she presented the main themes of Creative Canada, the first-ever federal strategy developed to help our creative industries thrive and succeed in the digital age. The renewed policy approach rests on three pillars: investing in our creators and creative industry professionals, promoting the discovery and distribution of our content at home and globally, and working to strengthen public broadcasting and support local news.

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