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Rogers, Quebecor, Cogeco lag behind in pandemic pick up: analyst

News | 12/02/2021 5:48 pm EST
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Of Canada’s big three telecom companies, Rogers Communications Inc. is the one most affected by the COVID-19 Delta wave and the looming Omicron variant. However, with the Shaw Communications Inc. merger on the horizon, things should be picking up for the incumbent, according to a National Bank analyst. 

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