Trudeau Wants The CRTC to Regulate Your Social Media Posts Pt. 1

Canadians have a constitutionally protected right to express themselves online and express political dissent. In provincial politics in Ontario, I’ve worked closely and alongside of Michael Coteau during the Wynne government as a disability advocate. Coteau was a HUGE advocate for the disabled and black communities, both of which will be severely impacted by this by the Trudeau government’s decision to regulate the internet. Coteau is currently seeking the federal Liberal nomination for his riding in Toronto, and I call on him to take a stance against his party’s attempt to censor legitimate constitutionally protected political dissent, and legitimate advocacy from regulation by the CRTC.

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SXM Canada Talks Interview

I spoke on Sirius XM Canada Talks this morning regarding disability rights, systemic discrimination people with disabilities and caregivers face while seeking supports, and of course net neutrality. You can listen to the full interview here or by clicking on the embedded player below: CanadaTalks SiriusXM 167 · How Ontario may set a precedent for […]

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Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault on Regulating The Internet

Last week I wrote how the Liberal attempt to regulate your YouTube, Facebook, Tik Tok videos (user generated content) could significantly harm the ability of the disability rights movement to organize, connect and educate.  Last week the Liberal government struck down an amendment to bill C10 that would protect user generated specifically from regulation by […]

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