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Radio Edit: Canada Should Stop Peeking Over Musical Border

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Posted 10 July 2017, 11.47pm edt

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By Kamloops This Week In the early 1970s, Canadian radio began using the Canadian Content (CanCon) system, meaning every radio station must broadcast a certain amount of music (usually 35 per cent) that was produced, written or performed by Canadians...


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