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Bill C-10 heads to a final vote in the House of Commons. Vote should start just after 1:30 am and wrap up around 1:45 am as most Canadians sleep. Bill will head to Senate, where Senators have said there is a “zero percent chance” it will be approved this week before summer break.
— Michael Geist (@mgeist) June 22, 2021
BREAKING at 1:31 am: As you slept, your freedoms took another hit from the Trudeau Party as C-10 passed in Parliament endangering free expression and net neutrality. You will also pay with increases in the price of subscriptions to digital platforms. #Barrie #Innisfil #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/XgqLDf30bP
— John Brassard (@JohnBrassardCPC) June 22, 2021
Abusing Parliamentary process to ram through a bill that restricts free speech and imposes censorship is dangerous – and offensive.
— Senator Pamela Wallin (@SenatorWallin) June 21, 2021
Late last night the Bloc and NDP sided with the Liberals to pass Bill C-10 (the new internet censorship bill). A Conservative Government led by @erinotoole will repeal this legislation. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/Ih91ikDQM5
— Michael Kram 🇨🇦 (@MichaelKramSK) June 22, 2021
The ceremony of this may seem absurd to some people, but this is important. When government agencies defy the will of parliament – elected representatives – they put their political agendas ahead of the people they are supposed to serve. https://t.co/eVYGv6buth
— Andrew Lawton (@AndrewLawton) June 22, 2021
The Speaker of the House will deliberate on the ruling whether to order the Sergeant of Arms to go to PHAC to retrieve documents ordered by Parliament. If he doesn’t enforce this ruling, we are no longer a Parliamentary democracy. This is huge.
— terry l. (@dubsndoo) June 21, 2021
Whoever advises this Government is trolling..
Utter embarrassment, it’s like something you’d see on a North Korea propaganda video. https://t.co/OM8hsihNzx
— Adam Brooks (@EssexPR) June 22, 2021