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CRTC orders telecoms, Calgary to negotiate some bylaw terms

Briefs | 01/25/2019 4:55 pm EST

The CRTC has denied an application by the City of Calgary asking the CRTC to approve its  municipal rights-of-way bylaw, which governs the telecoms’ access to “city structures, service corridors, and other public places in Calgary,” it said in a decision Friday.

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