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Government needs to move quicker, do more on telecom issues: panel

News | 11/08/2017 6:13 pm EST
Government needs to move quicker, do more on telecom issues: panel
From left: Globe and Mail reporter and panel moderator Christine Dobby, Internet Society of Canada chairman Timothy Denton, lawyer Christian Tacit, and University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist./ Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout.

TORONTO — The federal government and the CRTC must pick up the pace and do more on critical telecom issues in order to make a much-needed impact when it comes to pricing and competition, a panel of regulatory experts relayed on the final day of the ISP Summit.

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