The opinions expressed in this editorial are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Decima Reports. Things are shaping for a reunion of sorts in the Canadian wireless space in the near future: Look Communications and Inukshuk Internet joining together.  Look used to be half owner of Inukshuk along with Microcell Telecommunications, but after falling on hard times a number of years ago, the wireless cableco sold its 50% stake to Microcell, which was acquired by Rogers Communications in November 2004.  The idea of Look and Inukshuk joining may seem farfetched given the current legal predicament the two companies find themselves in – Look has sued one of Inukshuk’s former owners over a spectrum sale that the new owners say never happened. But a combination of the two companies seems to be a much greater reality following a recent ruling on spectrum from Industry Canada.  The department ruled that if Look and Inukshuk want to implement mobile services of any sort – broadband data or voice – they will have to return one-third of their spectrum holdings to Industry Canada for auctioning to other parties.  Neither one wants to give up spectrum they currently own, but to break into the mobile WiMAX market, they will. It seems more likely that Inukshuk would be the one to go in this direction, leaving Look with its full 100 MHz of bandwidth – half of which can be used for TV services and the other half for data applications.  By combining, the merged entity would have approximately 166 MHz of spectrum to offer mobile broadcasting, two-way broadband and mobile voice services in the all-important Windsor to Quebec City corridor.  You can understand why Look’s CEO Gerald McGoey is considering a potential combination. One wonders, though, if Inukshuk leadership is doing the same.