Title: Canadian Identity Or “Invisible Culture”.
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exposed to new ideas and views from and about the world. These exposures shape or
even change our culture. Even though in the last 50 years Canada has developed its own
film industry, only 5% of the Canadian content is exposed to us. With such statistics at
hand, creating and maintaining Canadian identity is becoming almost impossible...
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Canadian television and
film production is unable to compete with lavish Hollywood productions. In order to
dominate Canadian feature film market, Hollywood studios sign contracts with Canadian
theaters to ensure that they will dominate the screen time. And in order to dominate
Canadian television, American sitcoms are made more affordable to buy than produce
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