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Green Party platform: no anonymous social media, 5G rollout on hold

News | 09/16/2019 5:14 pm EDT
Green Party leader Elizabeth May scrums with reporters after the Maclean's CityTV leaders' debate in Toronto on Sep. 12, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The Green Party election platform includes promises to ensure only individuals whose identities have been verified can set up social media accounts and indicates a Green government would require Parliamentary approval to continue the rollout of 5G.

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