The Andrew Lawton Show | Trudeau’s internet policies are an assault on independent media
The Andrew Lawton Show | Trudeau’s internet policies are an assault on independent media

With the passage of bills C-18 and C-11, Justin Trudeau’s government has employed a massive takeover of the internet. While they claim they’re trying to protect Canadian content and save Canadian media, these bills are actually harmful to Canadian publishers and independent journalists – and by extension to the users seeking out their content.

In this special edition of The Andrew Lawton Show, Andrew looks at critiques of C-18 from the right and the left with Kris Sims from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and Matt Hatfield from OpenMedia. Then, he talks about how VPNs might help Canadians get around the regulations, but only to an extent, with Frontier Centre contributor Roland Renner. Lastly, Andrew is joined by True North chief operating officer William McBeath for a look at how True North is adapting to Trudeau’s internet regulations.

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