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AG won’t fight CMPA’s application for leave to appeal CBC license 

News | 08/11/2022 3:22 pm EDT

The Attorney General of Canada will not make any representations for itself in an application for judicial review to which it is a party over the CRTC’s renewal of the CBC/Radio-Canada‘s license. 

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