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Municipally-owned B.C. SILEC asks CRTC for relief from NG911 requirements 

News | 11/05/2021 2:37 pm EDT
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A municipally-owned small incumbent local exchange carrier (SILEC) in northwest British Columbia is requesting that the CRTC relieve it of its next-generation 911 (NG911) network requirements claiming it needs a few years to put the necessary infrastructure in place to properly transition from its basic 911 (B911) network.

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