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Bell tells court cabinet decision on wholesale ‘vindicates’ its concerns

News | 08/20/2020 5:52 pm EDT
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry Navdeep Bains speaks with reporters at a media availability in West Block to update Canadians on the response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on Apr. 23, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

BCE Inc. and a coalition of cable companies have submitted letters to the Federal Court of Appeal arguing that the Aug. 15 statement from Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains that the federal government thinks that the CRTC’s wholesale internet rates are too low shows that the government agrees with arguments put forward by the incumbent telecom companies to the court proceeding. 

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