Open Media of Vancouver launched a petition drive to counter any reintroduction of two cabinet bills that lapsed in the last Parliament.
Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez had publicly called Bill C-10 “an absolute priority” for cabinet.
The controversial bill has been passed to a Senate committee, meaning it won't be dealt with before their summer recess. If the Liberals, as expected call...
If it's not passed before week's end summer recess and, as expected, the Liberals call an election, the bill would die.
Guilbeault’s Ministerial Correspondence Secretariat replied it had received 389 letters and emails as of April 30, and “has not received any correspondence asking for more internet...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters he expected the Senate to pass cabinet bills like C-10.
Successive cabinets for 25 years have opposed regulation of digital media.
Department of Justice lawyers will now examine whether or not Bill C-10 is a breach of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Broadcast Hall of Famer, now Senator Pamela Wallin, warns new bill could censor online content.
Trudeau’s remark came under questioning yesterday of Bill C-10 that would regulate YouTube videos as programs subject to CRTC controls.