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Don’t reconsider CRTC licence decision: Bell, Corus, Rogers

News | 08/02/2017 3:58 pm EDT
Bell, Corus and Rogers published an ad in the Hill Times Wednesday arguing in favour of the CRTC's May 15 licence decision. / Wire Report photo by Shruti Shekar.

The country’s biggest media companies are publicly firing back against calls from the creative and screen-based industries and politicians who want Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly to reconsider the CRTC’s decision to adjust the standards for required spending on Canadian content by TV providers.

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