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Joly ‘studying’ CRTC licence decision after criticism

News | 05/30/2017 1:36 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly faces questions about the CRTC's recent TV licence renewals at a Parliamentary committee on May 30, 2017./Via ParlVu

Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly told a parliamentary committee Tuesday that she hasn’t yet decided whether to take any action regarding the CRTC’s May 15 licence renewal decision, following calls for the government to send it back to the commission.

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