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Tories put forward motion to kill Bill C-18, send “subject matter” to committee

News | 05/13/2022 5:12 pm EDT
Conservative MP John Nater in the House of Commons, Friday May 13, 2022, presenting an amendment calling for Bill C-18 to be withdrawn and have the subject matter sent to the Heritage Committee (screenshot via CPAC)

Conservative MP John Nater wants the Liberal government to withdraw its Online News Act and instead send the “subject matter” to the House of Commons Heritage Committee, claiming that there are many questions the bill does not address.

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