It’s not often that the prime minister of Canada gets his lunch handed to him by a small-town journalist, but that’s exactly what happened last week in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, where Justin Trudeau sat down for an interview with Village Media Editor-in-Chief Michael Friscolanti. Trudeau’s visit to the Soo was to launch the country’s first “smart grid” green energy system, but Friscolanti also had questions to ask about other pressing local issues, like events at major employer Algoma Steel and the opioid crisis that plagues even this remote community of 70,000. Like any good reporter, however, he saved his toughest question for last, then gave his subject just enough rope to hang himself.
Bell Media owner BCE Inc. wants the national broadcasting regulator to create a news fund that would provide financial assistance to broadcasters and require foreign streamers to contribute to the subsidy through their Canadian content spending.
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