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CRTC’s regulatory policy plays central role in Rogers-Shaw closing arguments

News | 12/16/2022 9:47 am EST
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

In the drama that has unfolded in front of the Competition Tribunal over the past month, as the tribunal hears arguments on whether or not it should approve Rogers Communications Inc.‘s $26 billion plan to buy Shaw Communications Inc., an unexpected character has been the CRTC’s third-party internet access (TPIA) regime. 

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