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CRTC role is to ‘regulate in the public interest’: new chairman

Briefs | 09/08/2017 11:55 am EDT
Ian Scott ‘collegial’ choice for new CRTC chair: former colleagues
David McKendry filed the Broadcast Participation Fund's first communication with CRTC chairman Ian Scott (pictured). /Photo via Facebook.

CRTC chairman Ian Scott has released his first statement since taking the helm at the regulator, pointing to consumer choice and access to quality content and internet connections as priorities for Canadians.

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