Broadcasting Act moved for leave to introduce Bill C-10, An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts. (Motions deemed adopted, bill read the first time and printed)
Canadian Heritage Mr. Speaker, first, who would want to work for Facebook when they can work for the wonderful ministry of Canadian Heritage? Second, we are doing today what no government has done before. We are forcing web giants to do their fair share when it comes to Canadian stories, Canadian
Canadian Heritage Mr. Speaker, today, the Fédération culturelle canadienne-française applauded the introduction of Bill C-10 to modernize broadcasting. ADISQ called it a historic day. We will be forcing web giants to invest almost $1 billion in Canadian culture, in our artists and in our stories.
Canadian Heritage Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his question. As recently as Tuesday, our government, the first in the country's history, decided to take on the web giants and have them contribute to the same degree as Canadian companies in the area of culture, audiovisual production and
November 5th, 2020House debate
House debate moved that the bill be concurred in. (Motion agreed to on division)
House debate moved that the bill be read the third time and passed.
Taxation Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his question. Last week, we introduced a bill that seeks to reform Canada's Broadcasting Act for the first time in 30 years. That law will significantly impact and benefit Canadian culture. My colleague is well aware of that, because we con
Taxation Mr. Speaker, I would like to remind my hon. colleague that our government has provided Canada's arts, culture and sports sector with over $4 billion since the pandemic hit. According to a recent survey, almost 78% of artists are very happy with what the federal government has do
Broadcasting Act moved that Bill C-10, An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts, be read the second time and referred to a committee. Mr. Speaker, I would first like to acknowledge that we are gathered on the traditional territory of the
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, I thank the member for Bellechasse—Les Etchemins—Lévis for his question. As I said several times, this bill is a first step in this venture of implementing a regulatory framework on the web giants' various operations. I am the first to admit that there is still wo
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for the question. We cannot say that we have to make sure that the legislation and regulations apply to web giants if we do not allow this legislation and these regulations to apply to them. Paragraph 3(1)(a) is precisely what will allow us to
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, I have the Yale report right here. Members will recall that the Yale report said that service providers are in the business of infrastructure, so they should invest in infrastructure, and content providers are in the business of content, so they should invest in co
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, the CBC/Radio-Canada is a very important institution to Canadians from coast to coast to coast. The member may recall that it was our government that made a record level of investments in the CBC in our previous mandate. After 10 years of cutbacks by the Harper go
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, as I said earlier, this is a very important sector. It is contributing $20 billion to Canada's GDP and 160,000 jobs across the country. What we are doing by introducing the bill is protecting Canadian cultural sovereignty and these jobs. Of course, some American c
Broadcasting Act Madam Speaker, I have a lot to say. I would first like to point out that the party my hon. colleague represents had 10 years to tackle most of these issues while it was in power, but it did nothing. It actually reversed progress on a number of these issues. My colleague seems t