This notice is further to our public notice dated April 17, 2019 in which we advised the public that the CCTS intended to terminate the participation of these service providers
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In Broadcasting and Telecom Regulatory Policy 2016-102, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) asked the CCTS to actively monitor and encourage Participating Service Providers to comply with our participation
The CCTS is pleased to announce that NFTC, Dedicated Access, Can Com, ISP Canada and CMLink China Mobile are now participating service providers.
This notice is to inform the public that the CCTS intends to terminate the participation of the following service providers because there is reason to believe they no longer provide