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Newsrooms will be supported if Meta, Google block news, Rodriguez says

Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez said he remains hopeful digital giants will not make good on their threat to block access to Canadian news on their platforms, but if they do then the Liberal government will ensure newsrooms have the resources they need to continue their work.


New Restrictions on Food Advertising Directed at Children Effective June 28 

Following its introduction in June 2021, the Code and Guide for the Responsible Advertising of Food and Beverage Products to Children (“Code” and “Guide”), is set to be implemented on schedule.


Explainer: Why are Facebook and Instagram ending news access in Canada?

Meta Platforms (META.O) plans to cut off access to news on Facebook and Instagram for all users in Canada once a new law requiring internet giants to pay news publishers takes effect, arguing news has no economic value to the company and that its users do not use the platform for news.


Market Research and AI: Insights from Leger’s 2023 Symposium

Recently, more than 300 Leger employees came together in Montreal for our 2023 Leger symposium, a company-wide event focused on levelling up our knowledge so we can better serve our clients and help them prepare for the future, navigate complex advancements, and, ultimately, make better decisions.


Canada launches its Tech Talent Strategy at Collision 2023

Today at Collision 2023, Sean Fraser, the federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, launched Canada’s first-ever Tech Talent Strategy.

According to a release, the “strategy includes new measures and improvements on existing measures to help businesses in Canada thrive in a competitive landscape.


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