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CRTC meetings unrelated to OMNI, Rogers says in court filing

News | 07/26/2019 10:25 am EDT
CRTC chairman Ian Scott appears alongside other commissioners at a public hearing into sales practices on Oct. 26, 2018. Photo by Andrew Meade.

Rogers Communications Inc. has filed a response in a court case challenging the CRTC’s decision to give the broadcaster a coveted broadcasting licence with mandatory carriage, saying that meetings it had with CRTC commissioners ahead of that decision were normal procedure and above board.

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