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Alberta court bans station from using Corus trademark legacy

Briefs | 11/19/2019 5:39 pm EST
Harvard Broadcasting Inc.'s rebrand of Hot 107 in Edmonton that sparked a court challenge from Corus

An Alberta court has sided with Corus Entertainment Inc. in banning the use of the broadcaster’s lapsed trademark by a radio station that just rebranded this summer. 

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