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Quebecor’s spectrum winnings an ‘unfair cost advantage,’ Telus tells Federal Court

News | 10/19/2021 7:16 pm EDT
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A Federal Court injunction stopping the Department of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development (ISED) from issuing licenses for set-aside spectrum won by Quebecor Inc. in this past summer’s 3,500 MHz auction in western Canada is “not about preventing fair competition, it is about preventing an unfair cost advantage resulting from the auction rules not being applied as announced to bidders,” a lawyer representing Telus Corp. told a Federal Court judge Tuesday. 

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