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Overturning CRTC decisions key if parties are serious about telecom affordability: CNOC

News | 08/20/2021 5:54 pm EDT
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The association representing Canada’s competitive internet and telecommunications service providers is not giving up on its fight to reverse wholesale rates during the election, despite the fact that none of the four major parties have brought the issue up in their telecommunications platforms.

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