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Scott should recuse himself from MDU in-building access review and vary: TekSavvy

News | 11/29/2021 5:44 pm EST
CRTC chairman Ian Scott appears at the House of Commons public accounts committee on Dec. 12, 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

An Ontario-based independent service provider argued to the CRTC that chair Ian Scott  “is in violation of the commission’s own internal standards of conduct” and should recuse himself from a review and vary application on a decision — which states that firms must negotiate with BCE Inc. for multi-dwelling unit (MDU) fibre — because he has a “clear personal preference” for facilities-based competition and due to his 2019 meeting with Bell CEO (then chief operating officer) Mirko Bibic.

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