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Internet service quality bill becomes law

Briefs | 06/20/2024 12:47 pm EDT
Tory MP says CRTC directives don’t go far enough when it comes to transparent service quality metrics
Conservative MP Dan Mazier appears before the House Industry Committee to discuss his private member's bill, C-288, in March 2023 (screenshot via CPAC).

A private member’s bill on internet service quality has passed through Parliament and received royal assent. 

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