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Bill C-11 could be fully implemented within two years of receiving Royal Assent: CRTC chair

News | 05/19/2022 5:19 pm EDT
CRTC chairman Ian Scott appears at the House of Commons public accounts committee on Dec. 12, 2018./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The CRTC will take at least two years to fully implement the government’s Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11, once it receives Royal Assent, according to the commission’s chair who spoke to committee members in a heated discussion of the bill.

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