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CRTC defends CMR practices in letter to TekSavvy

Briefs | 03/07/2019 4:56 pm EST

The CRTC said it has improved the timely release of data it siphons through its communications monitoring report (CMR) and will continue to pursue shortening those timelines, according to a letter addressed to TekSavvy Solutions Inc.

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