Steven Guilbeault’s Denial Of Liberal Government Media Licensing Plan Cannot Be Trusted

The Liberals tried to sneak it through and got caught. Now, they’ll try in a different way.

As I reported earlier, the Liberals are now denying that they plan to force media to obtain government licenses, despite having said so just a day ago:

Here’s what they say now:

Here’s what they said the day before:

The fact is Guilbeault’s denial simply cannot be trusted.

The Liberal government has lied over and over and over again.

They commissioned a study that produced a massive document pushing for exactly what the Liberals always wanted: A government-controlled media takeover.

Then, they got caught, and Canadians reacted with 100% justified outrage against this attack on our freedoms.

Now that they’ve been caught, they’re pretending they have no plans to do it, but what they’re really doing is biding their time.

They will wait until attention is focused elsewhere, then they’ll put this takeover in another piece of legislation, or use other government power to impose it.

They’re counting on us being distracted and not fighting back.

That’s why we must be vigilant, and continue to stand up for our rights and freedoms as Canadians.

Guilbeault and the Liberals cannot be trusted. They tried to takeover the media, and they’ll try it again. And when they do, all freedom-loving Canadians must be ready.

Spencer Fernando

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Lynne Mayotte

This entire Liberal Government under the traitor and coward Justin Trudeau are all totally untrustworthy. We do not believe a thing you say and we will stand with and for OUR CANADA.


lying bungler as always ….

Donald O'Kane

I believe Spencer is right. Don’t believe anything the Lieberals say, they will try to push this through in some covert way. I saw the article in a National Coalition Post this morning at 6am. I immediately wrote an email to Guilbeault with my concerns. I hope they are saying the truth now but I don’t believe what they are saying this time around.


Here’s a copy of my email that I just sent to Mr. Guilbeault. I suggest everyone who is against this ‘licensing’ write their own email in protest, or how will they ever know how we feel ?! “Mr. Guilbeault : “Without Prejudice” How dare you take a page out of communist China’s book by even suggesting ” that ALL media in Canada should have to buy a license for the RIGHT to publish or report ” ?!! Two words : “Bad idea”. Now, allow me to expand on that….. That smacks of outright discrimination and censorship. Not to mention communism…… Read more »

Ron Shaw

Wow , someone even dumber than Trudeau’s ideas , hopefully this might be the start of bringing down Trudeau’s communistic styled self proclaimed good for the liberals government . Ya Justin we Canadians are standing in line for our thoughts for the day . Can I have a bit more grool please just a crumb of bread please . Truly Canada , if this does not anger Canadians all Canadians , no matter your political ideals into banding together, to fight for our futures , our freedoms and our freedom of speech then I don’t know what it will take… Read more »

Gary major

I’m just getting started on fighting back What about YOU fellow Canadians Fight or Flight only options???????????????


Just a personal opinion, but this enviro-radical looks like he would be laughing at people suffering as he illegally blocked access to the ferries in BC. My first impression is that he cannot be trusted.

Clive Edwards

There are many slimy ways to impose licensing. The fed-gov can define what a “news organization” is. Does the main news feed come from Reuters or some similar source which won’t require a license? Can the “News Source” be defined as a blog, and therefore need a license? Perhaps journalists will require a license instead, for which they will require a degree from a recognized school of journalism. News consumers could require a license to operate an internet connected device, much the same way Britain used to require a TV license. Or a digital curtain could be drawn around Canada… Read more »


Great tweet. Shared.


Once bitten twice shy.


Watch these commies sneak it into the USMCA legislation vote.