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CRTC orders Bell to stop service in Saint John MDU until Rogers gains access

Briefs | 02/08/2022 2:55 pm EST
29 Canterbury St., Saint John, New Brunswick where the Telegraph Square apartment complex is now located (screenshot via Google Maps).

The CRTC denied BCE Inc. the right to market to tenants in a multi-dwelling unit (MDU) in Saint John, New Brunswick, in an ongoing dispute over access  by Rogers Communications Inc.

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