Ontario bill ends censoring of films

Ontario’s film reviewers are putting away their “censored” stamp for good after the provincial government passed a bill that will end the practice.
Only films that are found to breach the Criminal Code will be banned from the province following a court ruling last year that found Ontario censorship laws flawed.
Films will now simply be classified up to the most restrictive ‘R’ rating unless they are deemed illegal.
London Free Press: News Section – Ontario bill ends censoring of films

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