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Federal law on social media and news organizations coming this spring, Guilbeault says

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A content regulation bill will come ‘soon,’ he said, while a bill related to news media will follow in the spring

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Federal law on social media and news organizations coming this spring, Guilbeault says

Federal law on social media and news organizations coming this spring, Guilbeault says

A content regulation bill will come ‘soon,’ he said, while a bill related to news media will follow in the spring

No Policies on Real Issues and Harmful Policies on Non-Issues: How the Government Bungled the Internet Regulation File

No Policies on Real Issues and Harmful Policies on Non-Issues: How the Government Bungled the Internet Regulation File

Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault participated in an online town hall with the music sector yesterday. When participants raised the prospect of relaxing social distancing rules ...

Stop Bill C-10: Guilbeault’s media giant power grab

Stop Bill C-10: Guilbeault’s media giant power grab

He’s securing the power of legacy broadcast companies online and leaving Canada’s small creators out in the cold.

'We will fight' in court if back-to-work legislation passes, postal union warns

'We will fight' in court if back-to-work legislation passes, postal union warns

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government introduced legislation Thursday that could see striking Canada Post employees forced back to work, but said it would hold off debating the bill to give a ...

Australia Moves to Force Google and Facebook to Compensate Media Outlets

Australia Moves to Force Google and Facebook to Compensate Media Outlets

The decision, announced after talks on a voluntary system stalled, is part of a global push to save local news organizations.

Canada seeks $630 million from streaming firms to fund domestic content

Canada seeks $630 million from streaming firms to fund domestic content

Canada introduced a bill on Tuesday that would strengthen the broadcast regulator and allow it to collect up to C$830 million ($630 million) by 2023 from online streaming companies such as ...