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Rodriguez urges senators to pass Online Streaming Act

News | 11/22/2022 8:17 pm EST
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Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez and members of his department were the final witnesses as the Senate Transport and Communications Committee wrapped up its hearings into the Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11. The minister praised the committee, pointing out it has looked at the legislation for six months and held more than 40 hours of proceedings. He urged the senators to proceed with the bill, saying a modernization of the act is long overdue.

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