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Heritage committee finishes clause-by-clause study of C-18

News | 12/09/2022 5:03 pm EST
Parliament Hill on Sept. 11, 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The House of Commons Committee on Canadian Heritage finished clause-by-clause study of bill C-18, the Online News Act, on Friday morning. Committee chair Hedy Fry was scheduled to report the bill back to the chamber that afternoon. 

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