These Canadian Tyrants Keep trying to ram through these bills: Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez says Bill C-11, won’t impact user-generated content – February 14, 2022,
As you can tell based on Justin Trudeau’s response to the Freedom Convoy the Liberals have no interest in listening to what the people want. If I’m, to be honest, I can’t tell you the last time I watched a Canadian television show, why? Because everything that has to go through the CRTC is usually crap. The only time I remember watching Canadian television WAS during the Olympics, but because the Olympics is now being hosted in China, I have zero interest in watching Canadian content.
Leftists are all about brainwashing, it’s proven to work in certain regions, in Russia as an example, even the opposition parties to Putin on the other “leaders” of Russia are Socialists, in China, it’s often hard for Chinese people to imagine a world outside of Chinese Communist Party propaganda, in Canada, Leftists had gone to war with the internet, which gives Canadians an alternative to the bland existence of CRTC accepted content.
The reason why Canadians can’t compete has to do with restrictions on what can be aired in Canadian television, The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) doesn’t want Canadians minds to be overly stimulated in fears, other they imagine other Canadians will have their feelings hurt. This lack of freedom is why Canadians consume so much U.S news and entertainment.
You have to also remember that younger Canadians are being born and because they have access to the internet, they’ve almost entirely tuned out Canadian entertainment. This is nothing new, the socialists in Canada have always tried to create this mass panic regarding everything American, which is why it’s almost comical to listen to a Left-Wing Canadian cheerleading tyranny.
Even if this bill is passed, what it’s going to mean is more of Canada’s best and brightest taking their talents south of the border. The brain drain in Canada is a very real thing!
“Things have changed, and we know we need these streamers to contribute to our culture, to our system, to how we tell our own stories,” he said.
Also known as the Online Streaming Act, the bill aims to regulate online streaming services under the same rules as Canadian broadcasters. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will serve as the governing body.
Rodriguez said he believes the CRTC has the experience to handle the bill once approved, but the government will be providing more resources, so the commission will have “everything they need to do the job once C-11 is adopted.
Interesting times ahead!