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CRTC has sole jurisdiction over in-building wire: Ontario court

News | 11/12/2019 8:31 pm EST
The building at the centre of the dispute between Cloudwifi and Bell, at 10 Northtown Way, Toronto, resulting in the CRT'C 2021 fibre in-building wire decision. (photo via Royal York Property Management.)

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled against BCE Inc. in favour of Internet service provider CloudWifi Inc. in a dispute over whether the issue of the ISP accessing Bell wires in multi-dwelling units is a property dispute or a regulatory matter.

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