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Telus Mobility wins battle over contempt of order application at Federal Court

News | 12/20/2002 5:00 am EST
Telus Mobility has won a contempt of order hearing at the Federal Court of Canada against the Telecommunications Workers Union (TWU) over the way the wireless operator activates new subscribers in the province of British Columbia. The TWU sought a decision against the company and executive VP employees services David Wells for failing to comply with a Jan. 30, 2002 arbitrator’s ruling that later became an order of the Federal Court. The December 6 decision by the Federal Court’s trial division essentially vindicates the company and allows it to continue to use its existing subscriber activation software in its current form.

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