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Bell, PIAC trade procedural shots regarding streaming complaint

Briefs | 02/19/2015 7:24 pm EST

BCE Inc. on Thursday reiterated its position that a complaint from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) and the Consumers' Association of Canada (CAC) about its CraveTV streaming service is "frivolous" and should be dismissed, but if the CRTC review does go ahead, the deadline for responding should be extended by 30 days.

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