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Trudeau minister says internet censorship bill will make Canadians 'safer'

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault will introduce the first-ever internet control bill to be tabled in Parliament within the "next couple of weeks," he revealed during a videoconference.

"My job is to ensure the safety and security of the Canadian population," said the minister.

Guilbeault revealed that the legislation being tabled is the first step in creating a "safer environment for all people online and not just for a handful," regulating hurtful content beyond what is already covered by the Criminal Code, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

"With the legislation we will be tabling, it won’t matter whether or not the company is Canadian," said Guilbeault. "It won’t matter where the company is registered or where their servers are located."

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