The waters have been further muddied when it comes to what the government’s controversial Bill C-11, dubbed Trudeau’s online censorship bill, will actually be doing. The Chair of the CRTC Ian Scott is now walking back comments he made about the bill and what powers CRTC will have as a result.
Plus, research from Leger found that half of Canadians believe Ottawa plans on admitting too many immigrants into the country.
And the latest from the Emergencies Act hearings.
These stories and more on The Daily Brief with Anthony Furey and Jasmine Moulton!
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