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Lead-lined copper wiring too small part of network to be concern, telecoms say

News | 08/08/2023 5:46 pm EDT

Incumbent Canadian telecoms say there is no cause for alarm that lead-sheathed copper wiring is deployed in their networks. The amount of copper wire left is very small and is shrinking every day. Health Canada is not concerned about the health effects.

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