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What did you do in the revolution, Daddy?

News | 12/21/2006 5:00 am EST

In October, Darren Entwhistle, CEO of Telus Corp., speaking to the Canadian Chamber of Commerce called for a "revolution" to overthrow the oversight of Telus’ regulator, the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). It was yet another salvo by one of Canada’s telephone giants in a no-holds barred campaign against the way they are currently regulated. The gist of their complaint is that meddling CRTC despots have hamstrung the big telephone companies with unnecessary regulation.

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