With the support of the Government of Canada, Canada's broadcasting and digital communications sectors contribute to the realization of Canadian social, cultural and economic objectives as defined by the Broadcasting Act and enhance the creation of, and access to Canadian content on multiple platforms.


Services and information

Northern Aboriginal Broadcasting – Aboriginal Peoples’ Program

See how this program supports the production and distribution of Aboriginal audio and video content.

Canada Media Fund

Discover how the Canada Media Fund fosters, promotes, develops and finances the production of Canadian content and relevant applications for all audiovisual media platforms.

Canada Council for the Arts funding

Discover the financial assistance available to Canadian professional artists, groups, collectives and organizations that use film, video, new media and audio as their means of artistic expression or that contribute to making them better known and appreciated by audiences in Canada and abroad.

Broadcasting and telecommunications review

A joint examination of Canada's broadcasting and telecommunications legislation.

Petitions to the Governor in Council

Learn how submit a petition to the Governor in Council in respect of decisions made by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to issue, amend or renew a broadcasting licence.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)/Radio-Canada

Explore the regionally and culturally diverse programming by, for and about Canadians, in English and French, in eight Aboriginal languages and in five foreign languages internationally. The Corporation makes content available on radio, television, satellite, the Internet, and emerging digital platforms.

TV5 – French-language international television network

Learn about TV5, the French-language international television network that contributes to the international outreach of Canada and enriches the francophone broadcasting landscape in Canada.

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

Find out how the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission regulates and supervises, in the public interest, all aspects of the Canadian broadcasting system, as well as the telecommunications services providers and common carriers that come under federal jurisdiction.


Get access to Canadian copyright information and services, including applying for a trademark or patent and registering a copyright.

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