Posted November 21, 2019 06:13:22When will the public pay the federal government for its services?
A question that has been answered by the government over the past two years and will soon be asked again.
The Federal Budget on Monday outlined how the government would provide $5.2 billion over the next four years to the CBC and other public broadcasting entities.
The government also said it would establish an “intermediary service” program that would allow for the private sector to provide services that are not covered by the public broadcaster.
The money will be used to ensure the CBC operates as efficiently as possible.
The agency is expected to be able to survive without public funding.
“The money we have available is a very small portion of the CBC’s budget and, as a result, we’re not going to be a monopoly for a long time,” said CBC President Don Davies.
In an email to CBC News, the federal Treasury Board announced it will provide $1.1 billion over four years. “
And if we can, then we will.”
In an email to CBC News, the federal Treasury Board announced it will provide $1.1 billion over four years.
That money will cover the cost of the Broadcasting Act, as well as the cost-sharing agreements that were established with the public broadcasting agencies.
The CBC has long had a strong position against the government, and Davies said the money will allow the CBC to “continue to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible.”
“The CBC will be able now to do its job in an entirely transparent way,” Davies said.
The government’s plan also includes new funding for the Public Service Broadcasting Act. “
This funding will help us make the most of the money that we have.”
The government’s plan also includes new funding for the Public Service Broadcasting Act.
The act has been in effect since the 1960s and it provides for public broadcasting to pay for programs like the CBC, and it has been an important part of Canadian culture for decades.
“This funding allows the CBC through its budgeting process to do all it can to stay ahead of the curve and make the right decisions for the future of Canadian public broadcasting,” Davies added.
The government has not yet provided an estimate on how much it will spend on the new program, which is expected in 2019.
The CBC, however, has indicated that it will be looking at all of the available funding.
The new funding also brings the CBC closer to parity with the Canadian Association of Broadcasters.
The Canadian Association has also argued that the new funding will allow for an independent review of the existing government contract with the CBC for the 2018-2019 season.