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Clock runs out on C-10 debate, Conservative motion requiring CRTC legal opinions on regs fails

News | 06/10/2021 7:34 pm EDT
CRTC logo displayed at public hearings on Oct. 26, 2018. / Photo by Andrew Meade.

Time ran out on Bill C-10 debate — after the Liberals and Bloc Québécois teamed up to pass a time allocation “gag order” in the House of Commons earlier this week — as the Conservative Party used the final hours of debate to discuss more social media user protection.

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