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Your voice DELIVERED: Over 35,000 signatures to the Senate on Bill C-11.

This week, we delivered 35k petition signatures to our Senators demanding they fix Bill C-11!
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Bill C-18: Taking your voice to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.

OpenMedia testified to Parliament on the impact of C-18; here’s how it went.
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What’s wrong with Bill C-11? An FAQ

Common questions and answers on Bill C-11
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Your voice at committee: OpenMedia testifies before Senate on Bill C-11

We spoke for nearly 82,000 community members. Now, will the Senate act?
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Taking your message on Bill C-11 straight to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage

We took your voices to Parliament, will they act now?
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The Online News Act: A threat to Canadian News?

The government wants to charge for sharing online news content. What does this mean for Canadian news?
Image for Online Streaming Act Bill C-11 repeats Bill C-10’s mistakes

Online Streaming Act Bill C-11 repeats Bill C-10’s mistakes

The government reintroduced Bill C-11 and it's still a mess
Image for Your outrage at Canada’s broken Internet is on full display

Your outrage at Canada’s broken Internet is on full display

OpenMedia’s mobile billboard ads are demanding positive change in downtown Toronto.
Image for What you need to know about Biden’s FCC Nominations

What you need to know about Biden’s FCC Nominations

Joe Biden recently presented his nominations for the FCC. Here’s what that means for America’s Internet.

Government must release submissions to harmful content online consultation

Civil society groups and academics demand public response from federal government to submissions to harmful content consultation

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