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Broadcasting Guidelines - Elections Canada

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=abo&dir=bra%2Fbro%2F2019&document=index&lang=e

Sep 12, 2019 ...Broadcasting Guidelines Printable PDF version Federal general election october 21, 2019 Issued september 11, 2019 by the broadcasting arbitrator Suite 5300 Toronto-Dominion Bank Tower Toronto, Ontario M5K 1E6 Tel: 416-601-7620 Fax: 416-868-0673 Cell: 647-588-7620 Introduction The following guidelines have been issued in conformity with section 346

Broadcasting Arbitrator's Guidelines - Elections Canada

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Sep 11, 2019 ...Broadcasting Arbitrator's Guidelines Broadcasting guidelines prepared by the Broadcasting Arbitrator are intended to assist broadcasters regarding the allocation of time to federal political parties for partisan political broadcasts during a federal general election. Broadcasting Guidelines for the 43nd General Election Archives Broadcasting Guidelines

Broadcasting Arbitrator - Elections Canada

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=abo&dir=bra&document=index&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ...Broadcasting Arbitrator Canadian broadcasters, licensed by the CRTC, have a legal obligation to make broadcasting time available for purchase by registered and eligible political parties during a general election. The Canada Elections Act provides for the appointment of a Broadcasting Arbitrator who allocates broadcasting time to parties under the Act

Allocation of Paid Broadcasting Time - Elections Canada

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Jul 17, 2019 ...Allocation of Paid Broadcasting Time Under section 335 of the Canada Elections Act, every broadcaster in Canada is required to make available for purchase by registered political parties six and one-half hours (390 minutes) of air time during a federal general election. The Act provides that the allocation of this time among the parties is to be made

Allocation of Free Broadcasting Time - Elections Canada

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Jul 17, 2019 ...Allocation of Free Broadcasting Time Under the Canada Elections Act, in a general election, all network operators that provided free broadcasting time in the previous general election must provide as much free broadcasting time to registered and eligible parties as they did during the previous election. The time must be provided to the parties in proportion

Petitions to the Governor in Council

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/petitions-governor-council.html

Sep 13, 2019 ... Commission (CRTC) to issue, amend or renew a broadcasting licence. Provisions regarding such petitions are set out in sections 28 and 29 of the Broadcasting Act. The Minister of Canadian Heritage is responsible for advising the Governor in Council on such petitions. The CRTC also has responsibilities with respect to petitions to the Governor in Council. It must

The Broadcasting Arbitrator: Appointment, Term of Office and Duties - Elections Canada

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Jul 17, 2019 ...The Broadcasting Arbitrator: Appointment, Term of Office and Duties January 2015 The Broadcasting Arbitrator According to the provisions of the Canada Elections Act Appointment Chosen by a unanimous decision of representatives of the registered political parties represented in the House of Commons, or named by the Chief Electoral Officer if consultations do

Media - Elections Canada

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Sep 13, 2019 ...Information for the media: press releases, conferences, broadcasting information, speeches, subscription service, video footage.

Radiofrequency fields

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/health-risks-safety/radiation/types-sources/radiofrequency-fields.html

Sep 3, 2019 ...Radiofrequency fields Radiofrequency fields are a type of non-ionizing radiation that are part of our everyday life. They are produced by sources such as radio and television broadcasting, mobile radiocommunication transmitting facilities, cell phones and radar. Unlike ionizing radiation (as emitted by X-ray machines), RF energy from cell phones and other

Organizational chart - Canadian Heritage

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Sep 13, 2019 ... Industries, Marc Lemay Director General, Broadcasting, Copyright and Creative Marketplace, Thomas Owen Ripley Director General, International Trade, Julie Boyer Director General, Broadcasting Act Review, Helen C. Kennedy Director General, Arts, Ramzi Saad Director, Strategic Policy and Management, Isabelle Ringuet Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Sport, Major Events

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