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CRTC poses questions on three-digit suicide number

Briefs | 02/11/2022 2:57 pm EST
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The CRTC has released a dozen questions it wants stakeholders to answer regarding the establishment of a three-digit number reserved for suicide prevention and mental health crises. The questions seek to discover what barriers would prevent such a rollout and how to overcome them.

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