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Union satisfied with Rogers licence renewal

Briefs | 08/01/2014 4:21 pm EDT

Unifor said in a press release Thursday it is “very pleased” with the conditions of the CRTC’s renewal of Rogers Communications Inc.’s television broadcasting licences.

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