Update on Bill C-11
What you view and listen to online will now be regulated by the Liberal government.
The Liberals’ internet censorship Bill C-11 has become law after the government shut down debate in both the House of Commons and the Senate.
Instead of seeing and watching the content you choose, Bill C-11 will give the government the authority to control what you can see and watch online and through streaming services.
Conservatives fought Bill C-11 since day one.
We proposed constructive amendments to narrow the scope of the bill and fully exempt the content Canadians post on social media. The Liberal-NDP coalition rejected those amendments.
At the end of the day, no government should be able to control what Canadians see on their playlist or on their Netflix account. Canadians can decide for themselves what they want to watch or listen to.
That’s why a Conservative government under the leadership of Pierre Poilievre is committed to repealing Bill C-11 and protecting the individual rights and freedoms of Canadians.
If Canadians can’t count on the Liberals and NDP to protect their online freedoms, it’s time to elect a new government that will.