By Western Standard
November 9, 2021
It appears the Liberals are trying to censor the debate of censoring the Internet.
Blacklock’s Reporter says the Liberals on Monday in a 2021 Priorities Survey of party members dropped all mention of Internet regulation.
Party members were asked to choose from dozens of issues “as we kick off this new mandate,” but omitted any reference to Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez’s web controls.
“Take two minutes to complete the Forward Now 2021 Priorities Survey and have your say about your top priorities for the work that Justin Trudeau and our Liberal team will be doing in the House of Commons and in communities across Canada.”
The questionnaire listed 23 optional “priorities.”
None mentioned Internet regulation. Rodriguez on October 26 described regulation of YouTube videos under the Broadcasting Act as fundamental.
“We promised to bring in some bills very quickly,” said Rodriguez.
“C-10 is one of them. Why? Because it is fundamental.”