Ottawa orders regulator to investigate sales practices by big telecom companies
The federal government has ordered a regulatory investigation in the sales practices of Canada's largest telecommunications companies.
The minister for telecommunications, Navdeep Bains, says he wants a public inquiry that will hear from Canadians.
Bains is directing the Canadian Radio-telecommunications Commission to conduct the investigation.
CRTC chairman Ian Scott had previously declined calls for such an inquiry lodged earlier this year by two consumer advocacy groups.
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