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Gov. declines to answer question on CRTC reform, petitions in Senate 

Briefs | 11/26/2021 1:40 pm EST
Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel chair Janet Yale appears at a Senate committee, Oct. 31, 2018. /Photo via Parlvu.

The Government has not yet made a decision on whether or not it will implement recommendations for a more transparent and accountable CRTC — as well as the reappointment process for its chair — contained in the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review (BTLR) report from January 2020. 

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