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 Tories attack C11, Grits compare it to CanCon regulations

News | 05/11/2022 6:11 pm EDT
Conservative MP John Nater speaks on the floor of the House of Commons on Bill C-11 on Feb. 16, 2022./ photo via ParlVu

The Conservatives continue to lambaste the government for the Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11, while the Liberals maintain the Tories are misrepresenting the legislation and compare it to the Canadian Content regulations brought in 50 years ago. The Conservatives have vowed to change the bill in committee.

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