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BTLR on telecom: a Q&A with Janet Yale 

News | 02/14/2020 5:31 pm EST
BTLR on telecom: a Q&A with Janet Yale 
Janet Yale, Chair, and Monique Simard, panelist, hold a press conference marking the publication of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel's final report and recommendations to government at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Jan. 29, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade

In a phone interview with Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review panel chair Janet Yale, The Wire Report delved into the panel’s recommendations on the future of Canada’s telecom sector. The panel’s 198-page report on how to modernize Canada’s broadcast and telecom acts was released on Jan. 29. 

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