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Regulatory delays a slow-moving incumbent tantrum: CNOC

News | 11/19/2020 1:53 pm EST
Screenshot via Canadian Telecom Summit.

On the heels of the incumbent appeal of a Federal Court of Appeal decision upholding the CRTC’s setting of third-party access rates for wholesale internet to the Supreme Court of Canada, Competitive Network Operators of Canada’s director of legal and regulatory affairs Geoff White said that the incumbents are throwing “the slowest moving temper tantrum in Canadian telecom history.” 

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