Vancouver Election: Telecommunications Commission and Broadcasting Rules
vancouver election: She alleged that Bell Media broke national broadcasting rules and breached her right to free expression in refusing to air her campaign advertisement, according to Vancouver Courier. Cavanagh said that while the court has jurisdiction when it comes to charter rights issues, he decided not to deal separately with those matters in this case. In his written decision, Justice Peter Cavanagh said Faith Goldy's complaint should be addressed to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and not the court.article continues below Trending Stories These are the three most likely outcomes of Vancouver election New poll shows Kennedy Stewart continues to lead Vancouver mayoral race Five things to know about the B.C. Cannabis Store in Kamloops Vancouver Skateboard Coalition carves out election wants and needs Goldy, a former journalist who is now a fringe candidate in Toronto's municipal election, wanted the court to order the broadcaster to run the ad until the Oct. 22 vote. I decline to exercise my discretion to carve out the charter issues and have them heard separately by the Superior Court of Justice, Cavanagh said in his decision. Vote Faith Goldy for mayor and Toronto ceases to be a Sharia safe space, she said in a recent tweet. The entire application should be heard by the same tribunal, the CRTC. Goldy, whose campaign includes anti-immigrant policies, once penned an article suggesting there was white genocide in Canada. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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