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Rogers disclosure on outage, CRTC process not good enough: PIAC

Briefs | 08/26/2022 4:57 pm EDT
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Again dissatisfied with the redactions in Rogers Communications Inc.‘s public filings to the CRTC regarding the company’s massive July 8 outage, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre has again asked the CRTC to mandate greater disclosure from the incumbent telecom company. 

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