Canadian content in a digital world

A message on behalf of the Department of Canadian Heritage
Participate in the consultation with this questionnaire – deadline May 20, 2016

#DigiCanCon – We want to hear from you and your networks

“Canada’s cultural and creative industries are important drivers of innovation and a vibrant part of our economy. The intersection of culture and technology holds tremendous potential for our country’s growth and prosperity.”

– Minister Joly

On April 23, 2016, the Department of Canadian Heritage launched the first phase of a consultation process on Canadian Content in a Digital World.

This pre-consultation phase is designed to get feedback on issues of importance to Canadians surrounding the creation, discovery and export of Canadian content in a digital world. As a key member of the Canadian cultural sector, we are asking you to provide your input by completing the pre-consultation questionnaire . Your feedback will help shape the next steps of the consultation process.

In the next phase of the consultations, the Minister of Canadian Heritage will lead an open conversation during which you will have an opportunity to provide more substantial input.

We are also asking for help to get the word out:

  • Share the content of this email with your members and across your networks
  • Follow our social media accounts, where we will post important details about the process
  • Share our social media messages about the pre-consultations
  • Use the following hashtags in your own social media messages
    • #CanadianContent in a #DigitalWorld / #ContenuCanadien dans un #MondeNumérique
    • #DigiCanCon / #verslenumerique

The pre-consultation questionnaire will be available online until May 20, 2016. For more information about the pre-consultations, please contact us.

Thank you in advance for your collaboration.