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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Authors

John Lacalamita

Document Type

Article

Abstract

The law relating to broadcasting by political parties is surveyed, and the relevant legislation and policy is examined. Specific examples of legislative and policy changes are provided. The Canadian approach to protection of free speech has been through regulation. This is compared with the American experience and, in this context, the constitutional aspects of the area are discussed.

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