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Andrea Rosen retiring

Media | 07/25/2013 8:47 pm EDT

Andrea Rosen, the CRTC’s chief compliance and enforcement officer, is retiring and leaving the commission at the end of September, Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais said. Rosen, former deputy commissioner of the federal Competition Bureau, established the CRTC’s compliance and enforcement sector, Blais wrote in an email to staff Thursday. She “designed the operational regimes for Do Not Call and Canada's Anti-Spam Law, launched the enforcement of the Internet Traffic Management and Loudness of Commercials policies, and negotiated over $3 Million in penalties,” Blais wrote. She also played an important role in establishing the commission's working relationship with regulators in other jurisdictions, former competition commissioner Sheridan Scott told The Wire Report in an October 2011 interview. "Andrea has...