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AG finds flaws in rural connectivity funding, spectrum auction process

News | 11/20/2018 10:23 am EST
Auditor General Michael Ferguson presents his Spring Reports in Ottawa on May 29, 2018. His fall reports were tabled on Nov. 20, though Ferguson wasn't able to present them himself for health reasons.

OTTAWA — The federal government has been lagging behind on rural broadband deployment despite “significant investments” by the public and private sectors, according to a report by Canada’s auditor general tabled in Parliament Tuesday.

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