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Canadians willing to pay for more TV choice: survey

Briefs | 03/19/2014 6:02 pm EDT

A majority of Canadians taking part in a survey, for which results were released Tuesday, said having more choice and control over what they watch on television is an “excellent” or “good” idea.

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