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Rogers condo connection could be cut off without Bell access

Briefs | 04/16/2015 4:05 pm EDT

The CRTC said Thursday that unless a developer provides BCE Inc. "timely access" to a Toronto condominium building about to accept new occupants, the other service providers that have been given access to the building, including Rogers Communications Inc., will not be permitted to provide services there.

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