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Telecoms owe money for CRTC proceeding on cancellation notice

Briefs | 07/03/2014 4:15 pm EDT

The CRTC said on Thursday both the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) and the DiversityCanada Foundation are owed costs they incurred to make submissions in a CRTC proceeding on whether wireline telecommunications providers should be allowed to require 30 days notice for cancellations.

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