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C-18 represents a step on a “slippery slope” away from open internet: ex-CBC, Wikimedia head

Media | 11/01/2022 5:05 pm EDT

Legislation that would force digital giants like Meta Platforms Inc.'s Facebook and Alphabet Inc.'s Google to negotiate with, and ultimately pay, Canadian news producers rests...

Rodriguez, Scott, given rough ride on C-18 in appearance before Heritage committee

Media | 10/21/2022 7:21 pm EDT

Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez and CRTC chair Ian Scott were grilled by opposition MPs on the House of Commons Committee on Canadian Heritage Friday as it...

Google searches for allies in fight against news compensation bill

Media | 10/18/2022 4:59 pm EDT

Alphabet Inc.’s Google was an island of defiance in a sea of praise for...

Google amplifies its messaging around C-18 through commissioned poll 

Media | 10/14/2022 5:18 pm EDT

A survey commissioned by Alphabet Inc.’s Google Canada found that most...

Heritage committee opens hearings on news compensation legislation

Media | 09/23/2022 5:56 pm EDT

The government’s plan to force social media platforms to negotiate...

For Indigenous media, C-18 “totally useless” and C-11 needs more: Dadan Sivunivut CEO

Media | 05/18/2022 5:30 pm EDT

Former APTN and current Dadan Sivunivut CEO has said that two pieces of government legislation aimed at regulating online platforms to benefit Canadian media is not doing...

Tories put forward motion to kill Bill C-18, send “subject matter” to committee

Media | 05/13/2022 5:12 pm EDT

Conservative MP John Nater wants the Liberal government to withdraw its...