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Non-licensed B.C. radio stations face CRTC hearing

Briefs | 08/13/2014 5:31 pm EDT

The CRTC said Wednesday it will hold a hearing this fall that considers three radio stations it says are in violation of the Broadcasting Act by operating out of British Columbia's Lower Mainland and having their signals transmitted from the United States back into Canada without a CRTC-issued licence.

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