Media footprint

Two of the country’s signature media outlets are conscious of the greater international role they can play. The Globe and Mail boasts world-class correspondents, but when it comes to news and business reporting, the paper has to think of itself as competing on an international level. Then there’s the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which provides radio and TV, both in English and French. One question often asked of it is why it can’t be more like the BBC – ad-free, known for quality news and entertainment, and with a similar international reach.

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