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CRTC and Industry Canada meeting could set course for freeing up radio slots in GTA

News | 03/29/2001 5:00 am EST

Officials from Industry Canada and the CRTC will meet in early April to discuss the feasibility of re-jigging frequency bands to make room for more radio stations in the congested Toronto market. Industry Canada’s Spectrum Information Technologies and Telecommunications branch has spent the last month reviewing a report presented to the Cabinet by the CRTC in January, detailing possible solutions to the Greater Toronto Area’s (GTA) spectrum shortage (CCR, Feb. 14/01).

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