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Opponents of Online Streaming Act out in force at Senate hearing including YouTubers

News | 09/27/2022 4:50 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez (Hill Times photo Andrew Meade.)

The Senate Committee on Transportation and Communications continued its study of Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act, on Tuesday morning. Most of the witnesses were opposed to the legislation, with only one of the six people appearing showing enthusiasm for the bill.

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