I know, everyone thinks it is Trudeau. It’s not, it’s ourselves.
#C11 #cdnpolitics #bcpoli— Cryptameria🇨🇦 (@EllieMaeWest666) June 9, 2022
This quote keeps running through my head. People can be ignorant and apathetic about the current government. When they realize we lost freedom of expression it will be too late, nobody will be around to save them. We "take up space" and are expendable pic.twitter.com/UoGyIXX4cZ
Canadians have a backwards form of patriotism—if the States do it, we need to do the opposite.
I didn’t plan on going off on Randolph last night. I’m just fed up. If I have to be a bitch sometimes to get people’s attention so be it. Bill C-11 in combination with other bills is dangerous and I refuse to turn back the clock on freedom of expression.
1/ Traditional stations operate nationally, reflecting our culture. YouTube operates globally, projecting our culture. #BillC11 not only hurts the rich, vibrant, diverse creators inside Canada, it threatens our ability to share our voices internationally https://t.co/44VbtNrGdl— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) June 8, 2022
People in Canada don’t want to be political. We either think things are fine, doesn’t affect me attitude or they are scared of losing what they have. It’s time to start speaking up.
This act will change how any Canadian citizen views any online streaming service. CRTC rules will be applied to anything you see online in Canada. YouTube creators will have to meet the point system or have their content buried. The government will decide even which genres of media are promoted.