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Telecoms say CRTC wholesale decision violates Harper-era directive

News | 09/17/2019 5:13 pm EDT

In their Friday appeal of the CRTC decision on wholesale internet rates, the affected cable companies are asking the Federal Court of Appeal to defer to a 2006 Harper-era directive that advised the regulator to base its decisions to the “maximum extent feasible” on market forces.

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