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New Broadcast Act update appears on order paper as Tories oppose move

News | 02/01/2022 6:05 pm EST
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The government placed legislation to change the Broadcasting Act on the House of Commons order paper late Monday night, as Conservative Heritage critic John Nater called on the Liberals to abandon plans to reintroduce a modified version of last Parliament’s Bill C-10. The new bill does not yet have a number.

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