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CCSA heads to the Hill to talk Wholesale Code, rural broadband

News | 05/09/2017 6:39 pm EDT

OTTAWA — The Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) is hoping to build on what it calls a successful round of lobbying the federal government a year ago to have its concerns and ideas integrated into the rural broadband program.

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