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Telecommunication License Agreements in Multi-Unit Commercial Buildings

Feb 15, 2000 | Article 

Written by Dennis Daoust
(Law Society of Upper Canada 2000)

There was very little competition in the telephone business in Canada until 1992 when long distance competition was introduced. That set in motion a review process that culminated in the series of decision announced by the Canadian Radio-television, and Telecommunication Commission (the "CRTC") in May of 1997, the purpose of which was to introduced competition into the local telephone exchange market. The intent was also to facilitate the convergence of the telecommunications and broadcasting distribution (i.e. cable company) industries.

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