Firms are taking different approaches to a new political ad registry regime meant to protect against interference in the next election.
Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould speaks to reporters at Ottawa's National Press Theatre on Jan. 30, announcing a panel of bureaucrats will monitor the 2019 election and sound the alarm if they see evidence it's being undermined. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canada has a new regime for online political ads heading into October’s election, but in an interview last week the minister responsible expressed some frustration with certain social media companies’ approach to the new system.
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Fostering use of Inuit languages was a key aim in creating Nunavut, but 20 years later, NTI president Aluki Kotierk says there's been a 'failure' when it comes to providing essential services to the public in Inuktut.