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Calgary CLEC trying to figure out who controls local utility poles

News | 07/30/2001 4:00 am EDT

A fledgling Alberta CLEC wants the CRTC to act as referee in its battle for pole access, but it's still not clear who the company is opposing – the local power company or Telus Corp. Without the ability to use existing support structures and facilities, the company says it can't offer telephone service to its buildings in Edmonton and Calgary (NL, Nov. 6/00).

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