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Telus goes to SCC over early cancellation fees

Briefs | 10/04/2019 4:41 pm EDT
The Telus Corp. office building in Montreal, Que. (photo by Anja Karadeglija).

Telus Corp. is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review a decision by the Quebec Court of Appeal that determined the early cancellation fees it charged its customers years ago were “abusive.”

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