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Bell, Telus and PIAC want CRTC to deny Rogers’ acquisition of Shaw’s broadcasting interests

News | 09/14/2021 7:50 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

BCE Inc. and Telus Corp., considered to be two of Rogers Communications Inc.’s greatest competitors, have asked the CRTC to deny Rogers’ proposed acquisition of Shaw Communications Inc.’s broadcasting business following a slew of nearly identical interventions submitted in favour of the deal.

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