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Hearing for Competition Bureau-Chatr case moved to March

Briefs | 11/28/2012 6:44 pm EST

The Ontario Superior Court moved to March a hearing on the Competition Bureau's lawsuit against Rogers Communications Inc. for alleged "misleading advertising" related to its discount Chatr wireless brand.

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