Panel Recommends CRTC be Gutted

In a very polite, Canadian-like way, the Telecom Review Panel is recommending that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission be overhauled – one of the key findings of a three-person panel charged to create a blueprint for the future of the country's $32-billion telecom industry. While these recommendations may never see the light of day, the suggestion the CRTC needs to step a major step back and allow market forces to rule the day is an idea whose time has come. You can check out my column in today's National Post.

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  • Jules

    Thanks for that great summary! As opposed to having to read how awful Allstream thinks the results were, and how outstanding bell thinks the results were, i'm thrilled to read something seemingly unbiased.