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Cheers, jeers, as streaming act becomes law

News | 04/28/2023 4:34 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez (Hill Times photo Andrew Meade.)

After months of contentious debate, Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act, has become law. The Senate voted 52-16 on third reading Thursday. Shortly thereafter, Governor-General Mary Simon gave it Royal Assent.

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