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Newcap pulls sale of western radio assets

Briefs | 05/06/2013 6:37 pm EDT

Newfoundland Capital Corp. Ltd.’s Newcap Inc. subsidiary is no longer considering a sale of its Alberta broadcast division after failing to reach a deal for the radio services, the company said.

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