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Safeguards can’t justify Rogers-Shaw merger: Bell to CRTC

News | 11/25/2021 6:35 pm EST

No amount of proposed remedies will undo the damage of Rogers Communications Inc. gaining 47 per cent of the English-language broadcast distribution undertaking (BDU) market, according to representatives of BCE Inc., who Thursday asked CRTC commissioners not to approve their chief competitor’s proposed takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

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