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Quebecor proposal could fill gap in regulatory research and development

News | 02/07/2001 5:00 am EST

A new research project being proposed for the University of Montreal has the potential to extend Canada’s leadership in communications regulation into cyberspace. As part of its tangible benefits package tabled with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) to take over Vidéotron Communications, Quebecor Inc has offered a $200,000-grant to the school’s faulty of law to produce a book exploring models for regulation and legislation of new media.

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