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Online News Act should be passed despite imperfections, Senators told

News | 06/06/2023 5:51 pm EDT
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Tuesday the Senate Transport and Communications Committee continued its study of Bill C-18, the Online News Act. Witnesses told the panel they had concerns about the legislation but nothing so great as to cause Senators to scuttle it.

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