Surprise, surprise. Big tech censors another video
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Only a “minority” care about internet freedom, suggested Guilbeault
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault says most Canadians are okay with the federal government moderating their content on the internet claiming only a “minority” are opposed to regulation.
According to Blacklock’s Reporter, Guilbeault made the comments during a House of Commons ethics committee meeting on the Liberal government’s promised legislation meant to tackle online harms like “hateful” content and disinformation.
Guilbeault presents motion to end debate on C-10
Liberal Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault is hoping to cut short debate on his government’s internet regulation bill, C-10.
The minister presented a notice of a motion on Thursday, which would effectively force the committee to abide by a strict time window to pass Bill C-10 “as quickly as possible.”
“It will finally put an end to six weeks of systematic obstruction of the bill by the Conservative Party,” said Guilbeault.
Canadian Federal Elections Suspended - Meet The Destroyers
Comment: In other words, no more elections in Canada.
Jason Kenney ejects anyone who dares criticize
Last week, two Members of the legislative assembly, Todd Loewen and Drew Barnes, were ejected from the United Conservative Party caucus in the Alberta legislature.
Jason Kenney throws Alberta into a brutal lockdown. But why are Walmart and the NHL exempt?
Last night Jason Kenney announced the harshest lockdown yet for Alberta. He’s banning pretty much all social interaction, both inside and outside, shutting down countless businesses and he’s doubling his enforcement.
But why is he doing that?
Is Bill C-10 going to regulate content published on internet? | Andrew Lawton joins Ezra Levant
Canada has a regulatory body called the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission which regulates TV stations and radio stations.