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Competition Bureau not satisfied with Freedom divestiture to Quebecor

News | 07/06/2022 9:55 am EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

In a Wednesday morning joint statement, Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. say that mediation sessions with the Competition Bureau have failed to assuage the regulator’s opposition to the merger of the two companies at this stage of the Competition Tribunal process. 

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