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BPF registers to lobby amidst consumer group funding concerns

News | 12/14/2017 2:25 pm EST
David McKendry filed the Broadcast Participation Fund's first communication with CRTC chairman Ian Scott (pictured). /Photo via Facebook.

A few months after the emergence of a proposal asking the CRTC to shift funding away from the Broadcast Participation Fund (BPF), the organization that helps bring consumer interests in front of the commission has filed its first registrations to lobby the regulator and the government.

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