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New report suggests all telecoms be required to provide more data to CRTC

News | 03/26/2001 5:00 am EST

The regulated, the forborne and even the deregulated could be subject to stringent new reporting requirements that will help the federal government determine if Canada’s telecom market is viable and technologically advanced. A background report prepared for the CRTC as part of a mandated review of the state of Canadian telecommunications suggests that any company that falls under the general purview of the Telecommunications Act be required to complete a three-part form, with the first part due by the summer.

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