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PIAC looking at legal options after Heritage says GIC has no jurisdiction in Rogers-Shaw petition

News | 06/23/2022 6:56 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

In a letter from the  Deputy Minister of Canadian Heritage Isabelle Mondou, the Governor in Council (GIC) has declined to intervene in the CRTC’s decision to allow the Rogers Communications Inc. merger with Shaw Communications Inc., saying that the GIC may only review cases to amend or renew a broadcasting licence. 

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