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Government to respond to e-petition on ‘malicious’ pirate radio

Briefs | 09/21/2018 4:26 pm EDT

An e-petition concerning a Quebec man who allegedly kept operating an illegal radio station, despite being shut down by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has gathered the necessary amount of signatures to require the government to respond.

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