The first of the government's online censorship bills, C-11, has returned to the Senate after the Trudeau Liberals shot down the Senators' reasonable amendments. Now the Senate will be debating it once again.
This legislation needs to be voted down. Period.
The government of Canada has no business telling Canadians what we can and can't watch online, and the potential for this bill to regulate what every single user can publish online is unacceptable.
We are thankful for all the hard work Senators did the last time this bill was in their hands, trying to safeguard free expression in Canada. But with the Liberal Party rejecting their reasonable amendments, this bill is now beyond saving. It must be tossed out.
Please use these links to write to your province's Senators and urge them to vote NO.