Liberal internet bills would make Canada “most censored” democratic nation, advocates warn


In an attempt to deflect criticism of his anti-free speech bill, Guilbeault accused opponents concerned about C-10's implications on Charter rights "extremists." Meanwhile Bill C-36 which seeks to revive the controversial Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, would make Canadians liable for up to $70,000 in fines or house arrest for posting illegal content that promotes "detestation and vilification."

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