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Plurality of Canadians think CRTC should monitor fake news

Briefs | 12/11/2019 11:16 am EST
Photo via Pxhere showing laptop with fake news
Stock photo of laptop depicting 'fake news' via Pxhere.

When asked who should be most responsible for monitoring the spread of fake news, the most common answer given was the CRTC.

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