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Gov’t should encourage Canadian 5G equipment: Public Safety notes

News | 04/01/2019 3:49 pm EDT
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale speaks to reporters in Ottawa on Dec. 11, 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Amid security reviews of Canada’s 5G infrastructure lays an ‘opportunity’ for Canadian companies to enter the space and for the government to incentivize that emergence, according to briefing notes for Public Safety.

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