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Rogers picking up Nova Scotian ISP

News | 08/23/2021 5:35 pm EDT

Rogers Communications Inc. has made a deal to acquire Seaside Communications, a long-time local internet service provider (ISP) in rural Nova Scotia serving ten northeastern counties of the province. 

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