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CBC defends its digital switch, terms of trade reluctance

News | 01/28/2021 6:01 pm EST
CBC president Catherine Tait on Parliament Hill in April 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

On the final day of three weeks of CRTC hearings into CBC/Radio-Canada‘s license renewal, the public broadcaster Thursday tried to push back against some of the criticism levelled at it by intervenors.

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