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Low-income access to affordable Internet is ‘poverty issue’: Bell

News | 04/19/2016 11:20 pm EDT

Canadians who can’t afford Internet access don’t face an “affordability problem,” but a “poverty issue that is in need of a social safety net,” which should be addressed by different levels of government, Robert Malcolmson, BCE Inc.’s senior vice-president of regulatory affairs, said at a CRTC hearing Tuesday.

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