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Online News Act comes under fire in Senate debate

Briefs | 10/18/2023 5:23 pm EDT
Throne speech reiterates rural broadband, web giant promises
Senate of Canada building on on Apr. 18, 2019 (photo by Andrew Meade).

The efficacy of the Online News Act was called into question during the Senate’s Question Period Tuesday. A member of the Canadian Senators Group peppered the government representative in the chamber with queries.

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