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CRTC never indicated terms of trade could be eliminated: CMPA

Briefs | 05/15/2015 5:51 pm EDT

The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) argued in documents filed Thursday in the Federal Court of Appeal that its challenge of a CRTC decision eliminating terms of trade should proceed because it was not given sufficient notice that the CRTC was considering getting rid of the agreement, which guaranteed certain rights for producers.

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