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Minister says he's reviewing CBC's mandate with eye to making it less reliant on ads
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez said Monday he is starting to review the mandate for CBC and its French-language service Radio-Canada, and is looking for ways the government can bolster funding to the public broadcaster so that it can rely less on advertising dollars.
5 things we learned from David Johnston's first report on foreign interference
Special rapporteur David Johnston released his first report on foreign interference on Tuesday, which involved analyzing recent media reports on allegations by unnamed national security sources that China meddled in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections.
House passes official languages bill to enshrine francophone immigration in law
A bill that aims to enshrine a francophone immigration program into law is heading to the Senate after clearing the House of Commons.
Meta has team working to block news on Facebook, Instagram from Canadian users
Facebook and Instagram's parent company Meta is working on blocking news for Canadian users if Bill C-18 is passed.
Putin invaded Ukraine this time because nobody stopped him last time, says Hillary Clinton
Russia's current invasion in Ukraine happened because the world didn't do enough to respond when they did it before, former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton said Friday in Ottawa.
'Finish line is in sight': Liberals' controversial online streaming bill back before Senate
The Liberal government's controversial online-streaming bill was back in the upper chamber on Tuesday, with one senator who had earlier opposed it saying she expected it to pass.
Parties must publicize locations of political fundraisers despite safety concerns: Elections Canada
Elections Canada is insisting that regulated fundraising events be publicly advertised with their precise locations, despite safety concerns raised by the Liberal government and Conservative Opposition.
Federal department asked social media giants to drop newspaper article, documents show
Newly released documents show that a federal government department asked Facebook and Twitter to delete a newspaper article that it felt contained errors — but both social media giants denied the request.
Centre Block construction within budget but Ottawa needs to make faster decisions: AG
The modernization of Parliament's Centre Block is within budget so far, but the federal government needs to do a better job of making up its mind before major construction begins, the federal auditor general says in a new report.
Google says it will volunteer its top execs to testify at parliamentary committee
Google says it will send some of its top executives to appear before a parliamentary committee studying a hotly debated bill with implications for the media industry.