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Videotron still actively pursuing Freedom Wireless, Péladeau says

Briefs | 06/01/2022 4:06 pm EDT
Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO of Quebecor, speaks with reporters outside the Wellington building before appearing as a witness before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage on May 31, 2022./ photo by Andrew Meade

OTTAWA–Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron service is still eager to buy Freedom Wireless from Shaw Communications Inc. as part of a divestiture of assets from the proposed takeover by Rogers Communications Inc. A recently-announced network sharing agreement between Globalive and Telus Corp. does nothing to dampen those hopes, according to Quebecor’s CEO. 

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