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Do-Not-Call list legislation to receive third reading in Parliament this week

News | 06/23/2005 4:00 am EDT

 Despite public assertions to the contrary, there are strong indications that the Canadian Newspaper Association (CNA) may try to disrupt the smooth passage of Bill C-37 when it reaches the Senate committee stage. The CNA denies that it has any intention of stirring up trouble for the legislation, but a spokesperson for the lobby group is keeping details of its plans close to his chest.

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