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Cabinet should not intervene in non-mandated service: Rogers 

News | 10/03/2022 4:55 pm EDT
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Rogers Communication Inc. is asking the federal government to reject City Wide Inc.’s request to force Bragg Communication Inc.’s Eastlink to relocate its third-party internet access (TPIA) point of interconnection (POI) to a more central location in Halifax, N.S, arguing that it would run contrary to established industry practices and it is not for the cabinet to intervene in non-mandated services. Eastlink is also arguing that allowing a relocation would set a dangerous precedent.

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