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Local RCMP raises security concerns over New Brunswick NG911 clarification application with the CRTC

News | 07/13/2021 6:42 pm EDT

The New Brunswick RCMP is raising concerns to the CRTC that the province’s proposal for how it would like to adapt its next-generation 911 (NG911) services could put RCMP security at risk, in an intervention published Tuesday.

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