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Eyes turn to tribunal hearing as mediation fails in Rogers-Shaw merger

News | 10/28/2022 3:05 pm EDT

Two events this past week – Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne’s press conference on Tuesday and the apparent collapse Thursday of mediation talks between the Competition Bureau and Shaw Communications Inc., Rogers Communications Inc. (with an ally in Quebecor Inc.) – represents a divergence between Innovation, Science, and Economic Development policy and Competition Bureau policy, according to one financial analyst. 

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