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Resistance to tower builds shows need to ‘rethink’ consultations: MP

News | 04/30/2019 4:35 pm EDT
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Residents of a New Brunswick town are asking the Federal Court to review the government’s approval of a proposed telecommunications tower by Bragg Communications Inc.’s Eastlink, a development that is punctuating opposition to cell towers in neighbourhoods across the country.

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