Our MP Doesn’t like Local TV

Our MP  Doesn’t like Local TV

As many of you know our local TV stations have been fighting the big cable companies over $$$.  It’s been a long hard battle that has crossed over partisan lines.

If you click this link you’ll go to a list of politicians that have come out in support of saving local TV.

L I N K

Our MP, the head of caucus,  must have been too busy having ultra secret meetings over the bridge crisis that the public couldn’t have any knowledge of or was busy watching Fox News to add his name to the list which includes Conservative Big Wigs such as Stephen Harper, Peter MacKay,  and John Baird.

Our Mayor though, bob1 Bob Kilger, showed support.   Sadly the closest “Local” station we have is Ottawa.

Wouldn’t it be nice to see Cornwall have its own TV station?  What do you think Cornwall?

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One Response to "Our MP Doesn’t like Local TV"

  1. Chef Shawn   August 16, 2009 at 9:37 AM

    It’s funny, I sent the letter from the save local TV website to MP Lauzon and received this response:”Thank you for your email regarding local television and urging the CRTC to change regulations in order for broadcasters to charge cable and satellite companies for signals they distribute.

    I want to assure you that I believe local television is of critical importance to Canadian culture and our national identity. The broadcasting industry, like all industries has been hit hard by the current economic situation. I will share your concerns with the Hon. James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage at the earliest opportunity.

    Thank you again for your email. If I can be of assistance regarding any federal matter, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Sincerely,

    Guy Lauzon, M.P.
    Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry”

    I guess this further illustrates how our member of parliament is not really representing our interests.

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