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Joly out at Heritage as Pablo Rodriguez named new minister

Former chief government whip Pablo Rodriguez is the new heritage minister, replacing the embattled Mélanie Joly, after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet on Wednesday. Rodriguez has “a lot” of previous experience with this portfolio, independent broadcasting consultant Kelly Lynne...


72% of Canadians watched 2018 World Cup on Bell properties: Numeris

The 2018 World Cup in Russia saw 25.8 million viewers on BCE Inc. networks in Canada, amounting to 72 per cent of the population and 200 million hours of consumed coverage, the company said in a Tuesday press release. The data, from Numeris, reflects coverage of the games on its CTV, TSN and RDS channels,...

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