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Bell seeks to challenge CRTC community programming fine in court

News | 11/25/2020 6:48 pm EST

BCE Inc. has filed an application for leave to appeal a $17.9-million penalty imposed by the CRTC last month for violations of its broadcasting license, arguing that the CRTC failed to give the broadcaster adequate notice that it was misallocating its community programming funding towards its own local news programming. 

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