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CRTC says public proceeding on new powers to levy fines not ‘appropriate’

News | 02/04/2015 4:56 pm EST

A public proceeding regarding new CRTC powers to impose monetary penalties on telecommunications companies would “not be appropriate,” given “the fact that further guidance will be provided in the coming weeks,” the commission said in a letter to Telus Corp.

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