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Junk food bill S-228 left to die on order paper

Briefs | 06/24/2019 5:25 pm EDT
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A bill aimed at improving children’s health by limiting the advertising of unhealthy foods to them, which was opposed by major Canadian broadcasters, has been left for dead on the order paper as the Senate adjourned for the summer last week. 

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