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Court has jurisdiction to overturn wholesale rates, big telecoms argue

News | 06/25/2020 11:19 pm EDT

The CRTC’s wholesale rates ruling from last August ignored the intentions of a 2006 Maxime Bernier-era policy directive, and the decision to slash wholesale rates for third-party internet service providers must be set aside, lawyers representing the incumbent cable carriers and telecom companies sought to convince the Federal Court of Appeal’s three judge panel Thursday. 

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