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Federal Court grants leave to appeal, stay in wholesale rate cases

News | 11/22/2019 5:08 pm EST
The CRTC headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que.

The CRTC’s decision to lower wholesale rates for its aggregated regime has now been suspended while the Federal Court of Appeal hears and decides on the appeals brought forward by incumbent telecoms.

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