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Fake news worries increasing ahead of 2019 election: PPF CEO

News | 11/15/2017 7:16 pm EST
From left: Ryder Gilliand, Marina Pavlovic, Edward Greenspon and moderator John Gregory discuss fake news in Ottawa on Nov. 15, 2017./ Wire Report photo by Anja Karadeglija.

OTTAWA — Policy makers in Canada have become more concerned about the problem of fake news on the internet in recent months, according to Edward Greenspon, president and CEO of the Public Policy Forum (PPF), who also said there is very little information about the extent of the problem in Canada.

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