The Canadian Press

1996-06-26 | CP-BN

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The future of the Canadian Press was thrown in jeopardy when the country's biggest newspaper chain, Southam, announced it was withdrawing from the co-operative. It planned to set up its own news service. CP president David Jolley said the death of the CP news agency would mean Canadians would end up knowing less about themselves.

Date: 1996-06-26
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << yeah I think it's a great institution like CPT which I yeah I think it's gone so far so far in explaining the different parts of the country to Canadians and faith were kicked out I I think that something does suffer in national unity as a result of that >>

Clip ID: 19960626CPCN001