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Final CRTC policy direction references rural connectivity, investment

Briefs | 06/18/2019 4:54 pm EDT
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains speaks to reporters at the Canadian Telecom Summit on June 5 2019./ Photo by Ahmad Hathout.

The government’s new policy direction to the CRTC first proposed in March and focusing on affordability and consumers is now in force.

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