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CRTC clears CBC to shut down transmitters, communities to lose CBC

News | 07/17/2012 9:39 pm EDT

The CRTC approved CBC/Radio-Canada’s plan to shut down all of its analog transmitters that support 23 English and French-language television stations across Canada.

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