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Rogers-Shaw, Freedom-Quebecor deals finally closed

News | 04/03/2023 3:56 pm EDT
Rogers-Shaw, Freedom-Quebecor deals finally closed
Tony Staffieri, President and Chief Executive Officer, Rogers Communications Inc., scrums with media after appearing before the Standing Committee on Industry and Technology on July 25, 2022, to answer questions about the massive Rogers service outage on July 8, 2022./ photo by Andrew Meade

After a two-year struggle, Rogers Communications Inc. has successfully completed its takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. The deal closed Monday, the same day that Shaw divested itself of Freedom Mobile, which it sold to Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron subsidiary.

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