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CIK Telecom files more Part 1s over access to buildings

Briefs | 11/07/2022 4:03 pm EST
7371 and 7373 Westminster Highway, Richmond, B.C., two of several premises CIK Telecom is seeking access to in an MDU dispute with BCS 2884 (screenshot, Google Maps.)

CIK Telecom Inc. has filed three more Part 1 applications with the CRTC, seeking access to six properties in Richmond, B.C.. This comes on the heels of an application filed on Oct. 28. The new filings were presented on Nov. 1. The company is seeking relief under the regulator’s multiple dwelling unit (MDU) access regime.

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