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Canadians support federal government’s telephony deregulation proposal

News | 02/02/2007 5:00 am EST

Results of a newly released survey from Ipsos-Reid, commissioned by Bell Canada, demonstrate that approximately two-thirds of Canadians support the federal government’s recent moves to deregulate the local telephony services market. This compares to one in four Canadians who believe the changes are unacceptable.

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