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While more involved, Rodriguez’s CRTC letter doesn’t go far enough: consumer advocates

News | 02/08/2023 4:02 pm EST
Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez has a conversation with CTV’s Vassy Kapelos on Feb. 2, 2023, at the Canadian Media Producers Association Prime Time conference./ Photo by Andrew Meade

While the letter from Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez to newly-appointed CRTC chair Vicky Eatrides contains some encouraging language about consumer protection and competition in the telecommunications space, it is still too early to tell if there will be lasting impact at the CRTC, according to longtime CRTC watchers and consumer advocates. 

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