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CRTC rejects CUPE ask to pull digital media exemption

Briefs | 04/25/2018 4:45 pm EDT

The CRTC will not do anything about a Part 1 application filed by CUPE’s Provincial Council for Communications (CPSC) asking it to drop its regulatory exemptions for digital services because the arguments made in its Part 1 are similar to ones the union has made in the past. 

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