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Guilbeault calls for C-10 work to resume quickly, CP delays after no-show Justice Minister

News | 05/14/2021 7:03 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault arrives at West block for the recall of the House of Commons on July 20, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault wants work on Bill C-10, the revision of the Broadcasting Act, to “resume as quickly as possible,” but the Conservative Party might stall the clause-by-clause amendments after Minister of Justice David Lametti declined to testify before the House of Commons Heritage Committee Friday.

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