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Rogers still expects Shaw deal to close in Q2

News | 03/08/2022 5:44 pm EST
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

Rogers Communications Inc. CEO Tony Staffieri has said that last week’s announcement from Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, in which he said he would not allow the ‘wholesale’ transfer of Shaw Communications Inc.‘s spectrum assets to Rogers as part of the latter’s acquisition, was “very helpful in terms of articulating their broad view” and that it didn’t surprise the company. 

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