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Class action lawyers seek to have Bell affidavit stricken in prison phones case

News | 12/07/2021 6:52 pm EST
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In a would-be class-action lawsuit against BCE Inc. and the province of Ontario over what the plaintiffs say are “unconscionable” telephone rates charged to the families of prisoners in Ontario prisons while Bell held the contract, lawyers representing the plaintiffs are seeking to have a portions of Bell’s affidavit stricken from the record. 

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