The Trudeau government’s Online News Act, which has resulted in Canadians being blocked from viewing and sharing news on Facebook and Instagram, is set to take effect this year, according to a newly released timeline.

On September 2, the Department of Canadian Heritage announced that Bill C-18, also known as the Online News Act, will take effect December 19, 2023, and the consultation period has been reduced to only 30 days, from September 2 to October 2.

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