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Rogers, Shaw want CRTC to force B.C. to pay for infrastructure relocation

News | 10/06/2020 12:02 pm EDT
Highway 16 heading west towards Prince Rupert from Terrace. /Photo via Wikimedia.

Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. have asked the CRTC to require British Columbia’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to either pay half of the costs of mandatory relocation of their telecommunications infrastructure, or the same reimbursement the province gives to Telus Corp., “whichever is greater,” according to a joint Part 1 filed Friday by the two companies. 

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