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Is Selling the CBC a Good Idea?

Canadian Centre for Policy Studies, OTTAWA - The Canadian Centre for Policy Studies released a discussion paper calling on the federal government to privatize the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

"Selling the CBC will not only save taxpayers $1.16 billion per annum (3.6% of the projected deficit in fiscal 2011-2012) it will also raise revenue that can be applied to the debt," said the paper's author and executive director of the CCPS, David Krayden. Read more...

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Sites Worth Checking Out

What follows are ARPA staff picks (in no particular order) of favourite, helpful, and intersting sites:

www.reformedprolifer.com

http://activatecfpl.theefc.ca

www.prowomanprolife.org

www.realwomenofcanada.ca

www.imfcanada.org

www.ligonier.org (videos on church and state)

 

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