Canada is one step closer to the demise of free speech with Bill C-11
If the OSA becomes law, life in the weeks and months thereafter will go on as before. The CRTC is not likely to start flexing its bigger muscles immediately. It will take more than just weeks or months for the CRTC to learn how to use the new powers given to it by the OSA. But human nature and the impact of power are such that it's highly likely the CRTC will eventually throw its new weight around, with demands on religious, charitable, political and other non-profit organizations to bow to CRTC decrees about their "programs." The OSA could also open the floodgates to other laws that extend government control over what we see, hear, read, and think.