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Ontario judge keeps Bell evidence on record in prison class-action lawsuit against incumbent

News | 01/05/2022 3:47 pm EST
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An Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled that evidence by BCE. Inc. should remain on the record in a would-be class-action lawsuit against the incumbent and the province of Ontario over what the plaintiffs say are “unconscionable” telephone rates charged to the families of prisoners.

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