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Heritage and Justice ministers to appear before CHPC to address charter concerns

News | 05/10/2021 6:25 pm EDT
Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault at the CMPA Prime Time opening reception in Ottawa on Jan. 29, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The House of Commons’ Heritage Committee is moving forward with a charter review on Bill C-10, the revision to the Broadcasting Act, and will get answers from  Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, as well as the Minister of Justice David Lametti on how it will impact the freedoms of everyday Canadians. Experts will also be bright in to give their interpretation of the revised bill.

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