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18th Feb '17 9:59:35 AM BlackJohn
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25th Dec '16 10:01:41 PM reggie
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* G.NA (based out of Korea, but born in Edmonton)
5th Dec '16 9:54:01 AM MarcoPolo250
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/MuchMusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/MuchMusic]], [[Creator/MuchMusic MuchMusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
5th Dec '16 9:53:38 AM MarcoPolo250
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/{{Much}} MuchMusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/{{Much}} MuchMusic]], [[Creator/MuchMusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
1st Dec '16 12:13:41 PM darkchiefy
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/{{Much}}, the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/{{Much}}, [[Creator/{{Much}} MuchMusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
1st Dec '16 12:13:17 PM darkchiefy
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, Much Music, the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, Much Music, [[Creator/{{Much}}, the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
1st Dec '16 12:10:27 PM darkchiefy
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/Much
Much Music]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

to:

To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/Much
Much Music]], Music, the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
1st Dec '16 12:09:46 PM darkchiefy
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, {{Creator/Much
MuchMusic}}, the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

to:

To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, {{Creator/Much
MuchMusic}},
[[Creator/Much
Much Music]],
the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
1st Dec '16 12:07:56 PM darkchiefy
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To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/Much
Muchmusic]], the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.

to:

To the layman, the purpose of [=CanCon=] is evident in the explosion of Canadian artists and musicians since the 1970s; there are now more than enough artists to support 100% Canadian Radio stations (check out one [[http://radio3.cbc.ca/ here]]). Similarly, [[Creator/Much
Muchmusic]],
{{Creator/Much
MuchMusic}},
the Canadian version of {{MTV}}, never had a significant problem with [=CanCon=] for itself and helped give native acts a big boost both by passively abiding by those regs and actively funding new talent itself.
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