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Videotron ‘author’ of own misfortune: consumer advocates

News | 06/05/2017 5:01 pm EDT

Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron made its bed and now it has to lie in it, according to consumer and digital rights advocates who opposed the company’s request for a delay in complying with the CRTC’s decision rendering its Unlimited Music service was offside.

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