Trudeau was photographed having a beer on the patio of a beachfront vacation house as the rest of the country paused to reflect on the horrors...
The Citizen Lab called the bill “sweeping,” “overbroad and incoherent” and “potentially exploitive and unconstitutional” without “clear safeguards against abuse of process” and restriction of free...
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault’s department has proposed “concrete action” to police news and information on the internet.
Provisions of the bill “are designed to chill speech” and would impose a “censorship regime” on Canadian internet users, said the Society.
Open Media of Vancouver launched a petition drive to counter any reintroduction of two cabinet bills that lapsed in the last Parliament.
Fifty-two per cent of Canadians said they were uncomfortable at the notion of attending an indoor event after COVID-19 passes.
“He has not been paying his fair share.” —Conservative MP Pierre Paul-Hus .
That means if they want to bring them back, Liberals would have to start from the beginning and reintroduce the bills.
The grants were in addition to annual subsidies already paid, including proceeds from a $595 million media bailout approved by Parliament in 2018.
Guilbeault in a March 31 podcast said censors should prohibit hurtful comments about public officeholders.