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NFB broadens its reach in the Prairies

The National Film Board of Canada has reorganized the Prairie Centre to broaden the reach of the NFB in the Prairies, by opening a new small office in Saskatchewan. Two new producers with digital experience will be hired for the West, while four positions in the Winnipeg office are being cut in order to streamline infrastructure costs.
January 27, 2010

The National Film Board of Canada has reorganized the Prairie Centre to broaden the reach of the NFB in the Prairies, by opening a new small office in Saskatchewan. Two new producers with digital experience will be hired for the West, while four positions in the Winnipeg office are being cut in order to streamline infrastructure costs.

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