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Stakeholder meetings status quo for CRTC, Shoan argues

News | 07/05/2017 3:11 pm EDT
Former CRTC commissioner Raj Shoan. /Photo via LinkedIn.

The encounters with stakeholders that formed part of the rationale for his second dismissal from the CRTC weren’t unusual given that such meetings are common practice, former commissioner Raj Shoan is arguing in court documents.

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