CRTC head says possible penalties over Rogers outage still to be determined

Ian Scott, chairperson and CEO of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) said that the organization has various penalties it can apply in certain situations, but it was still to be determined whether or not Rogers would face any as a result of their outage earlier this month. He said they had an administrative monetary policy, but said it is used to encourage compliance not for punitive reasons.

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