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ISED starts consultations on right to repair

Briefs | 07/02/2024 3:00 pm EDT
ISED starts consultations on right to repair
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The federal department of innovation, science and economic development (ISED) has kicked off its consultation on a “right to repair” for Canadians looking to fix their devices rather than replace them with something new. 

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