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Telecoms file arguments in Competition Bureau appeal of Rogers-Shaw merger

News | 01/18/2023 7:31 pm EST
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

All eyes in the telecom world will be focused on the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) next Tuesday when it hears the appeal from the Commissioner of Competition over the proposed takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. by Rogers Communications Inc. The Competition Tribunal dismissed the Competition Bureau’s (CB) original case back in late December.

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