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Several Quebec organizations receive leftover funds from Rogers $26M class-action lawsuit

News | 10/08/2021 6:30 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

A Quebec judge Tuesday decided the majority of the $7.2 million left over from a $26.8 million class action judgement paid by Rogers Communications Inc. will be distributed to a provincial organization that provides financial legal aid, with the remainder going to four non-profits.  

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