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Yale responds to criticism about review panel consumer reps

News | 11/01/2018 2:29 pm EDT
Sen. Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu asks a question at the Senate Standing Committee on Transportation and Communications, Wednesday Oct. 31, 2018. / Photo via Parlvu.

OTTAWA – Conservative senators doubled-down on a previously-raised concern with the makeup of the Liberal government’s expert panel reviewing Canada’s communications laws, telling panel members testifying before the Senate’s transport and communications committee Wednesday that it lacked pro-consumer voices.

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