Majority (52%) Says It’s ‘Wrong’ For Government To Deny Film Tax Credits Based On Content

Minority (45%) Sides With Government Because Taxpayers Money Involved, Constitutes “Public’s Interest”

Monday, June 16, 2008

Ottawa, ON – A majority (52%) of Canadians believe that it would be wrong for the government to screen the content of films and either approve or deny tax credits based on whether or not they deem it to be offensive or ‘contrary to public policy’, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted for CanWest News Service and Global...

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Majority (52%) Says It’s ‘Wrong’ For Government To Deny Film Tax Credits Based On Content

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