Online Harms Act Would Kill Dialogue and Free Speech, Not Encourage It


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Speech must not be so curtailed that a person is not permitted to voice an opposing opinion for fear that he or she will offend someone who has a different opinion.” – Barry W. Bussey

Barry delivers his recent op-ed published in The Epoch Times:

The proposed Online Harms Act (Bill C-63) raises alarming concerns for free expression in Canada. From quasi-judicial tribunals to increased penalties, it poses a risk to constitutionally protected speech. Join us in opposing this bill and preserving our fundamental freedoms. Act now! Use the form to tell your MP to STOP Bill C-63:

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