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No evidence suggests foreign streamers will enter into exclusivity with Rogers, incumbent tells CRTC 

News | 11/26/2021 5:08 pm EST
Senior vice-president of regulatory affairs Ted Woodhead speaks at the CRTC's hearing into its merger with Shaw Communications Inc. on Nov. 26 (screenshot CPAC)

Rogers Communications Inc. executives told the CRTC that there is no evidence to suggest that its merger with Shaw Communications Inc. would result in content exclusivity with foreign streamers, if approved. Telus Corp. had urged the commission to reject the merger on those grounds Tuesday.

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