Media Release, November 15, 2013

OTTAWA – The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) will be hosting a Flash! conference on December 6 in Ottawa, to talk about the future of television in Canada.
PIAC is hosting a Flash! conference – an informal conversation – to support the ongoing consultation by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) with Canadians about what’s on TV, how Canadians consume TV, and whether Canadians have the proper recourse for their concerns about TV.
The Flash! Conference will take place at PIAC’s office on 6 December 2013 at 10:30 a.m. until noon. Our address is:
Public Interest Advocacy Centre
ONE Nicholas Street
Suite 1204 (just behind the Rideau Centre)
Ottawa, ONTARIO K1N 7B7
“Our December 6 event will be a great opportunity to share your views with other people. Show up, have a coffee, and we’ll collect your comments and make sure the CRTC hears them,” said John Lawford, Executive Director and General Counsel of PIAC.
For more information, and to register (please register so we know you are coming, there is no cost), you have two options
Option 1: Tweet us @Canada_PIAC; or
Option 2: Email
In the meanwhile, PIAC strongly encourages all Canadians to learn more about the CRTC’s consultation at
For more information please contact:
John Lawford
Executive Director
Public Interest Advocacy Centre
(613) 562-4002×25
(613) 447-8125 (cell)
Geoffrey White
Public Interest Advocacy Centre
(613) 562-4002×24