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Telecoms object to Telesat’s proposal to auction 3800 MHz spectrum

News | 11/10/2020 5:48 pm EST
Telesat CEO and president Dan Goldberg at an Ottawa press conference in July 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

A number of Canadian wireless providers have objected to a proposal that could allow satellite operator Telesat Holdings Inc. to sell off part of the 3800 MHz spectrum, instead of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada, which typically conducts auctions for spectrum allocation. 

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