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Court reversal of Wholesale Code to have little effect: CCSA

Briefs | 10/02/2018 5:09 pm EDT

The Federal Court of Appeal said in a Monday decision that the CRTC lacks the jurisdiction to implement its Wholesale Code — governing the business relationships between TV service providers and broadcasters — though overturning the CRTC’s order enforcing the code may not have much practical effect.

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