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TekSavvy files Part 1 application over property in Chatham Ont.

News | 08/11/2023 4:59 pm EDT
TekSavvy Solutions Inc. head office, 800 Richmond St., Chatham-Kent, Ont. (photo by Jenna Cocullo)

TekSavvy Solutions Inc. has become the latest CLEC calling on the CRTC to help it negotiate timely access to a property. In this case, the building is at 175 Churchill Park Road in the southwestern Ontario city of Chatham.

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