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Senate begins C-10 analysis with broad debate 

News | 06/24/2021 10:41 am EDT
Senate of Canada building on on Apr. 18, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Senators are looking beyond the free speech issues raised by critics of the revised Broadcasting Act and instead are focusing on what some senators say are other problems arising from the bill, as C-10 crawls its way to the finish line.

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