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Feds meet with telecoms over Hurricane Fiona, NS premier unimpressed

News | 09/30/2022 12:58 pm EDT
A press conference on Sep. 29, 2022 in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona./ photo via CPAC

Heads of Canada’s major telecommunications companies met with federal officials Wednesday evening to discuss the failures of the system in the Atlantic provinces as a result of Hurricane Fiona. While the ministers in Ottawa had nice things to say about the parlay, Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston was underwhelmed.

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