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Broadcasting arbitrator divides free-time broadcasts among federal parties

Briefs | 09/06/2022 5:25 pm EDT
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Broadcasting arbitrator Monica Song has released the schedule for free-time political broadcasts for the next federal election. A decision was written Aug. 25 but not issued by the CRTC until Tuesday.

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