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Heritage minister says he's open to amendments as Meta slams online news bill

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Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.
Published 3 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

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Minister Pablo Rodriguez says he is open to amending online news bill

Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago·Canada
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Heritage minister says he’s open to amendments as Meta slams online news bill

Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez says he is open to amendments of online news bill

Rodriguez is open to discussing amendments to a bill that he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago·Canada
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Heritage minister says he's open to amendments as Meta slams online news bill

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago
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Heritage minister says he's open to amendments as Meta slams online news bill

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Heritage minister says he's open to amendments as Meta slams online news bill

OTTAWA — Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee Friday that he would be open to amendments on a bill he says would make Canada a world leader in supporting a modern free press.

3 months ago·Victoria, Canada
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