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Rogers, York region dispute escalates on costs of burying cable

News | 06/28/2012 9:06 pm EDT

A regulatory dispute between Rogers Communications Inc. and the Regional Municipality of York escalated as the municipality asked the CRTC to schedule an oral hearing to decide who should cover the costs of burying Rogers’ cables to accommodate a regional transit project.

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