Canadian filmmakers denounce proposed law as censorship
Canada's film and television community is up in arms amidst the revelation of proposed federal legislation that could potentially retract a production's tax-credit eligibility after the fact. Under changes to Bill C-10 introduced by the minority Conservative government, the Income Tax Act would deny a production company its tax credit unless the Minister of Canadian Heritage was 'satisfied that public financial support of the production would not be contrary to public policy.' ...
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