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MP asks ISED to force CRTC internet code extension

Briefs | 12/07/2018 4:40 pm EST
NDP Innovation critic Brian Masse addresses media on Mar. 28, 2018. /File photo by Andrew Meade.

NDP MP Brian Masse is asking Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains to force the CRTC to extend the deadline of its submission period for an internet code of conduct after a number of consumer groups said they won’t be participating due to time constraints.

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