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ISPs shouldn’t need government funding for rural builds, senator says

Briefs | 04/04/2019 5:53 pm EDT
Conservative senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen of New Brunswick at the Senate banking committee hearing on April 4, 2019./ Screenshot via ParlVu.

OTTAWA Conservative New Brunswick senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen said Thursday the CRTC should require internet service providers (ISPs) to serve rural and remote Canadians — without the need for government money.

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