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Federal Court won’t hear Calgary bylaw case

Briefs | 05/01/2019 4:14 pm EDT

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected an application by the City of Calgary asking the court to review a CRTC decision the city said didn’t address whether a new bylaw could govern telecom access to infrastructure.

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