Radio & Television

Bill C-10 seems to be dying a slow death

By Denis Carmel GATINEAU – Four hours worth of meetings on Friday and Monday barely advanced the progress of Bill C-10 at the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage and as more time passes and so little is done, there is real risk now of the bill simply withering and dying. The Friday meeting dealt with only two amendments, both of which were defeated, and three amendments that were ruled out of scope by the chair of the Committee, Liberal MP Scott Simms. We thought the Committee might have returned to its normal business of clause-by-clause consideration and, oddly, most of...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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