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Competition Bureau doubles down on wireless carrier info requests

News | 04/05/2019 6:33 pm EDT
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The Competition Bureau is mostly standing firm on its request to the CRTC to compel wireless carriers to turn over detailed, confidential information about their wireless operations, though the bureau said Friday it is willing to compromise on some aspects of the original request.

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