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New urgency for MVNO hopefuls following Rogers-Shaw deal

News | 03/18/2021 12:09 pm EDT
The CRTC's headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que./ Wire Report photo.

Monday’s announcement of a deal for Rogers Communications Inc. to acquire Shaw Communications Inc. has altered the playing field in the Canadian telecommunications, and specifically in the wireless sector. 

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