Guilbeault Gags C-10 Debate

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault yesterday served notice he will gag a filibuster of Bill C-10, the first legislation in Canada to regulate legal internet content. Guilbeault complained the bill has “been stuck in committee for weeks” and must pass before Parliament takes summer adjournment for Québec’s Saint Jean Baptiste Day, June 24: ““I will confess to you it has been challenging.”

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