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OpenMedia criticizes Libs for abandoning promise to lower connectivity bills

Briefs | 12/17/2021 3:10 pm EST
Minister of Innovation François-Philippe Champagne on Sept. 14, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Lobby group OpenMedia chastised Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Friday for his mandate letters to ministers, saying the Liberals have abandoned their pledge to lower connectivity costs.

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