CRTC pays fact-finding visit to company used by Tories in Saskatchewan robo-calls - 2013-02-14

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F132.png CRTC pays fact-finding visit to company used by Tories in Saskatchewan robo-calls February 14, 2013, Steven Chase, Globe and Mail

Canada's telecom regulator paid a visit this week to the Edmonton offices of RackNine Inc., a voice-broadcasting company used by the Conservative Party to deploy a robo-call poll opposing changes to Saskatchewan riding boundaries.

Telecommunications enforcement staff for the CRTC collected data from RackNine Monday and Tuesday as part of a follow-up to a complaint by Saskatchewan Liberal MP Ralph Goodale about the robo-calls.

It was a fact-finding visit and CRTC staff were not accompanied by police.

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