Cable & Telecom

TPIA: NDP says CRTC “leadership has undermined itself”; internet prices should be regulated

By Christopher Guly OTTAWA – The CRTC requires a reassessment of its role as a telecom regulator following its decision last week to reverse its 2019 decision to set lower wholesale broadband rates for third-party internet access providers, NDP telecommunications critic Brian Masse told Cartt.ca during a news conference on Tuesday. “There is such a variance amongst the predictabilities necessary for a modern administrator that it requires a review,” he said. “The leadership has undermined itself.” However, the Windsor West MP stopped short of joining several independent ISPs who called for Scott’s removal as CRTC chief. “He’s put himself in...
 

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