This could be interesting to watch, and though it's a little convoluted, it appears that you can do just that. The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC) has commissioned a study on Emerging and digital media: opportunities and challenges. "In this study, the Committee on Canadian Heritage will explore developments in emerging and digital media, how they are affecting Canadian cultural industries, and what federal institutions could do to assist Canadians and Canadian cultural industries benefit from these developments."
As part of its study, the Committee will examine the following questions:
- How are developments in emerging and digital media affecting Canadian cultural industries?
- How will future developments affect them?
- Are there examples of Canadian success stories?
- What can Canadian cultural industries do to benefit from developments in emerging and digital media and to prepare for future developments?
- Is there a way of ensuring that creators of artistic and cultural content are compensated for their work?
- What could be done to ensure that Canadians, including those working in the cultural industries, have the right skills to benefit from emerging and digital media?
- What could be done to ensure that all Canadians, no matter where they live or what their socio-economic status is, have access to emerging and digital media?
- What policies could the federal government adopt to help Canadians and Canadian cultural industries benefit from developments in emerging and digital media?
- What would be the impact of changes in foreign ownership rules, including legislative and regulatory changes, on Canadian content and culture?
(thanks for the tip Dani)