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Author Grant, Peter S., 1941-
Title Changing channels : confessions of a Canadian communications lawyer / Peter S. Grant.
Imprint Erin, Ontario : The Porcupine's Quill, [2013]
Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2013.

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Author Grant, Peter S., 1941-
Series Canadian Publishers Collection
Subject Grant, Peter S., 1941-
McCarthy & McCarthy -- Biography.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission -- Biography.
Lawyers -- Canada -- Biography.
Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- Canada.
Description 1 online resource (271 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 247-253) and indexes.
Contents A showdown in Paris -- Kapuskasing -- University -- Becoming a communications lawyer -- Working for the CRTC -- Return to McCarthys -- Family matters -- Communications law in action -- Branching out -- Changing channels.
Summary Affords readers an insider's glimpse into some of the biggest changes in the history of Canadian communications policy. Interspersed with fond recollections of his hometown of Kapuskasing and anecdotes of his growing family, the author provides an account of the Canadian communications industries.
ISBN 9780889848047 (electronic bk.)
0889848041 (electronic bk.)
9780889843660 (print)
088984366X (pbk.)
9780889843660
OCLC # 865475248
Additional Format Print version 9780889843660


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