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CRTC deregulates 35 markets for business lines

Briefs | 09/24/2012 8:39 pm EDT

The CRTC agreed to a Telus Corp. request to deregulate local telephone competition for business lines in 35 areas in Alberta, B.C. and Quebec and rejected the company’s proposal to deregulate another 54 markets, the commission said Monday.

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