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Bell bringing cabinet’s wholesale appeal response to Federal Court

News | 08/17/2020 7:56 pm EDT
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Lawyers representing BCE Inc. have asked a Federal Court of Appeal judge to allow them to make fresh submissions in the already-heard appeal of the CRTC’s wholesale rates, following a statement issued by Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains saying that the federal government thinks those rates are too low and would harm investment. 

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