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New CRTC vice-chair not afraid of tough issues: ISED PS

Briefs | 07/19/2017 12:22 pm EDT
The Hill Times photo by Sam Garcia. David Lametti, pictured in May 2016.

The CRTC’s incoming vice-chairwoman of broadcasting, Caroline Simard, has a thorough, analytical mind and is well equipped to tackle the big issues in her new role at the telecom and broadcast regulator, according to the innovation minister’s lieutenant.

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