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Rogers says judge can ‘light a match’ to Competition Bureau case

News | 08/09/2012 10:40 pm EDT

TORONTO—Rogers Communications Inc. conducted industry standard tests to support its “fewer dropped calls” advertisements in 2010 that proved the ads to be true and now provide a basis to “light a match” to the Competition Bureau’s $10-million case against the company for misleading advertising, a lawyer for Rogers said at a court hearing Thursday.

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