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December 19, 2017

Canadian voices are endangered as TV evolves according to a new report from the C.D Howe Institute. In “Strengthening Canadian Television Content: Creation, Discovery and Export in a Digital World” authors Lawson Hunter, Kenneth Engelhart and Peter Miller find the future of television and Canadian content is up in the air and examine how regulators can be effective in the new digital world.

Lawson A.W. Hunter, Q.C. LL.D.
Lawson Hunter

Formerly Canada’s senior civil servant in charge of competition policy and enforcement, Mr. Hunter was primarily responsible for the drafting of the federal Competition Act. From 1993 to 2003, he was a partner of Stikeman Elliott and head of the firm’s Competition and Foreign Investment Group.

Ken Engelhart
Ken Engelhart

Senior Fellow, C.D. Howe Institute

Ken Engelhart practices communications, privacy and public policy law.

Peter Miller
Peter Miller

Peter Miller is a lawyer and engineer with 25 years of media and communications industry experience in both private practice and senior executive positions.  Since 2006, he has acted as an advisor to select clients in both the public and private sectors, specializing in strategy and policy development regarding the impact of digital technology, as well as acting as legal and regulatory counsel.