Though she said talks with the company behind Facebook and Instagram were “very positive and constructive,” Pascale St-Onge, who was named heritage minister in the Liberals’ cabinet shuffle last month, told The Globe and Mail the government wouldn’t relegislate the Online News Act, which compels Big Tech firms to pay for news content posted to their platforms. (The Globe and Mail)
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