ERIC Number: ED060986
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971-Dec
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People Communications in Canada's North. Part II: The Solution.
Kenney, G. I.
Possible solutions to communication problems in Canada's North are presented in this report. A centralized source of information is proposed, along with suggestions for aid from the government and universities. Recommendations for improving communication are also listed: the modification of Canada's Anik satellite program; the involvement of regional popular groups to provide for self-expression on the part of the northern people (American Indians, Eskimos, and whites); formation of a centralized Northern Communications Information Center; government recognition of various communication groups; provision of broadcast radio facilities and improvement of telephone service; establishment of northern-oriented radio and TV program production centers; assumption of coordination responsibilities by the Government of Canada Department of Communications; and development of guidelines by the Canadian Radio and Television Commission. Appendices provide information on organizations doing communications work in northern Canada and also a proposal for a communications unit. A 67-item bibliography is included. Part I of the report is RC006016. (PS)
Descriptors: American Indians, Broadcast Television, Communication Problems, Communications Satellites, Cooperative Programs, Coordination, Eskimos, Government Role, Guidelines, Information Centers, Information Dissemination, Rural Areas, Social Change, Telephone Communications Systems, Universities
The Arctic Institute of North America, 3458 Redpath Street, Montreal 109, Canada ($1.00 plus $.50 postage and handling)
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Authoring Institution: Arctic Inst. of North America, Montreal (Quebec).
Identifiers - Location: Canada