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Bell gets court injunction on TV signal fight ahead of CRTC hearing

Briefs | 04/15/2019 12:56 pm EDT
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The Quebec Superior Court on Friday forced Quebecor Inc. to restore a TV signal for customers of BCE Inc. after it was pulled in the midst of a carriage fight, according to a Friday press release.  

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