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CRTC in-building wire decision fair, CNOC didn’t follow process in review application: Rogers, Eastlink

News | 11/26/2021 3:03 pm EST
The building at the centre of the dispute between Cloudwifi and Bell, at 10 Northtown Way, Toronto, resulting in the CRT'C 2021 fibre in-building wire decision. (photo via Royal York Property Management.)

Rogers Communications Canada Inc. and Bragg Communications Inc.’s Eastlink told the CRTC that the Competitive Network Operators of Canada (CNOC)’s review and vary application of a decision — which states that firms must negotiate with BCE Inc. for multi-dwelling unit (MDU) fibre — does not follow CRTC process and that the original decision was fair.

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