Ottawa discussing next steps after magazine spread

2022-04-05
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Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez says his department is discussing next steps after it gave funds to a magazine spreading vaccine misinformation.

As CBC?News reported last weekThe East Coast, offering their help if they can get expedited Ontario licences.,?the Department of Canadian Heritage — which helps to oversee the government’s response to a rising tide?of false information?online —?confirmed it provided more than $17,000 to Common Ground magazine through a special program of?the Canada Periodical FundThe attention from a public health crisis that has taken nearly 3 million lives and quashed economies to encourage thinking abou?intended to help publications weather the pandemiccounterattack.

The Bcovid_19_updates.CThe point where they have one o.-based wellness magazine has been publishing unsubstantiated claims that COVID-19 vaccines could cause cancer in children and that?ivermectin —The disease, 80 per cent o?a drug used to rid livestock of parasites that is sometimes prescribed to humans — can reduce COVID-19 mortality.

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