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Ontario Court of Appeal says provincial bill stands in Telus class-action suit

News | 10/25/2021 3:35 pm EDT

Ontario’s Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by Telus Corp. in a class-action lawsuit, ruling that a now-defunct provincial wireless consumer bill was constitutional when it was operative during the class period of the lawsuit.

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