Vidéotron Télécom to take over Stream assets  Vidéotron Télécom ltée (VTL) is appearing before a court today in Toronto to present its plan to take over the assets of bankrupt fibre company Stream Intelligent Networks Corp, Network Letter has learned. A spokesman for receiver PricewaterhouseCoopers says the deal should close later today or tomorrow. Stream was forced into receivership in late February by GE Capital Canada Inc. (NL, Feb. 26/02; March 12/02). Sources tell Network Letter that prior to the move by GE Capital, Stream management was attempting to sell the firm. Among those expressing interest were VTL, Telus Corp., GT Group Telecom Inc., and Hydro One. Vidéotron has hired some laid-off Stream employees on contract to keep operations going, sources say. How it will integrate the new company into its current operations is not yet clear. More information on this developing story will be available in the next edition of Network Letter.