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Politician says Telus refused to negotiate $20K bill

Briefs | 08/25/2014 8:47 pm EDT

Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Thomas Lukaszuk said his staff was unable to negotiate a discount from Telus Corp. when, as a deputy premier in 2012, he rang up more than $20,000 in data and roaming charges while travelling overseas.

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