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Streamers want changes to C-11 while Canadian creators urge passage of bill

News | 09/22/2022 1:37 pm EDT
YouTube's Head of Canada Government Affairs and Public Policy Jeanette Patell speaks to the Senate Transport and Communications Committee on Sep. 21, 2022 about the Online Streaming Act/ photo via ParlVu

Multinational streaming platforms continue to decry the influence of the CRTC in the Online Streaming Act, calling for two amendments, while representatives of the Canadian music industry say Bill C-11 is needed as written to protect local content producers. The Senate Committee on Transportation and Communications continued to hold hearings into the bill Wednesday night.

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