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‘Competition’ definition key to impact of new CRTC directive: experts

News | 02/27/2019 6:08 pm EST
CRTC logo displayed at public hearings on Oct. 26, 2018. / Photo by Andrew Meade.

The new policy direction for the CRTC announced by the federal government Tuesday is a blunt message to the regulator to make some changes, but the extent to which it will lead to changes in policy depends on how “competition” is ultimately defined, according to former CRTC commissioners and a former chairman.  

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