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Telesat inks $109M deal with Ontario

Briefs | 08/06/2021 4:52 pm EDT
Dan Goldberg, president and CEO of Telesat, speaks at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa on July 24, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Telesat Holdings Inc.‘s push to become Canada’s biggest purveyor of low-earth orbit satellites (LEO) got another boost Friday, as it announced a $109 million deal with the government of Ontario. 

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