Amidst escalating tensions between Canada and China, an independent MP thinks he’s found the shadowy hand manipulating his fate. If a person asserts there’s been a plot against them but can’t offer any proof, does that count as a literal conspiracy theory?
And has this government ever met a poorly-conceived policy for media regulation it didn’t like? Well, it has now!
PressProgress editor Luke LeBrun joins Jonathan on Short Cuts.
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As the spectre of China's meddling spreads, another MP claims he is a victim – National PostIndependent MP Kevin Vuong explains to Moore In The Morning whether he was targeted by Chinese election interference. – Newstalk 1010The Liberal Party of Canada Wants to Regulate Truth Online. Even Justin Trudeau Thinks It’s a Bad Idea. – PressProgressThis Must Stop: Government and Liberal Party Go All-In On Speech Regulation With Political Truth Oversight Bodies, Mandated Press Source Tracing, and Disclosure of Critics’ Communications – Michael GeistThis Liberal resolution targets my work – Paul Wells (Substack)
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