“This Law Will Be One of Scapegoating All Those Who Do Not Fit Into What Our Bureaucrats Think Canada Should Be”
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Senators from both sides of the aisle now raising alarm bells about Bills C-11 and C-18
The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 154: Episode 154: The House is Back - A Preview of Canadian Digital Policy as Parliament ResumesListen now (31 min) | The House of Commons and Senate return from a lengthy break this week and will likely run until late June with the occasional week…
Why the Rogers-Shaw merger was always headed for the Minister's desk and a choice between consumers and big telecom
The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 153: Jennifer Quaid on the Competition Bureau’s Appeal of the Rogers-Shaw Merger DecisionListen now (43 min) | The battle over the Rogers – Shaw merger has continued to escalate in recent days with TekSavvy filing an application with the…
The Law Bytes Podcast, Episode 152: Konrad von Finckenstein on the Challenges That Lie Ahead for the CRTCListen now (36 min) | The start of a new year often means a fresh start and for the CRTC, it meant welcoming a new chair, as Vicky Eatrides officially…
Parliament remains on break for most of the month of January, but that hasn’t cooled interest in Bills C-11 and C-18. I’ve appeared on several podcasts…
Bill C-11 leads the way alongside privacy, security, Bill C-18, the Emergencies Act, and copyright
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