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Rogers family feud to be heard in BC court Monday

Briefs | 10/27/2021 12:32 pm EDT

The Supreme Court of British Columbia will hear submissions regarding the legality of ousted chairman Edward Rogers’ attempt to replace five of the company’s independent directors next week, as the battle for company control continues.

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