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As of December 31, 2018, the MPCC ceased to use RSS feeds. However, the RSS feed page will still be available to you as a reference tool until the end of 2019. Website updates are now promoted on our Twitter account.
Twitter replaces the RSS feed which is no longer in use at the MPCC. Our tweets allow you to access our news and notices in a timely and convenient way. These tweets include media advisories, news releases and other MPCC news. Each tweet includes a brief summary and, when required, a link to the full text available on our website. They are posted instantly as new items are published on our website.
What is Twitter?
Twitter is an online news and social networking site where people communicate in short messages called tweets. It allows users to create short messages called tweets, displayed in real time and shared with an audience. Content formats can include text, images, videos, audio files, and hyperlinks.
You are not required to provide an e-mail address to benefit from this service. You simply need to create an account on Twitter and "follow" us @MPCC_Canada to keep abreast of the latest news concerning the Commission.
Instructions on How to Follow the Commission on Twitter
- You must first Sign up.
- Once you have an active account, you simply need to search for MPCC_Canada click on the name to open our page, then click on "Follow".
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