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Ontario power companies file opposing view on CCTA leave to appeal bid on pole access

News | 11/22/2001 5:00 am EST

A group of Ontario power companies argue that there is no crisis in the cable television business concerning access to electrical utility poles and thus a leave to appeal application to Canada’s highest court by the Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) should be denied. The power companies maintain that the Federal Court of Appeal did not err in ruling that the CRTC does not have the jurisdiction to set the rate of access to poles owned by provincially regulated companies (CCR, Oct. 26/01).

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