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PIAC attacks CRTC procedure on skinny TV price hike application

Briefs | 10/13/2022 2:38 pm EDT
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The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)  has criticized the CRTC’s procedure in a proceeding over whether or not a number of telecom companies should be allowed to increase the price of basic television from $25 to $28 per month, and asked for an extension of the deadlines for participation. 

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