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Rogers asks CRTC to dismiss discrimination claims from Telus in TTC dispute

News | 08/30/2023 3:34 pm EDT
The Telus Corp. office building in Montreal, Que. (photo by Anja Karadeglija).

As the Toronto subway network access dispute continues, Rogers Communications Inc. says Telus Corp.’s undue preference allegations against it are baseless and hypocritical, according to filings made to the CRTC last Friday. 

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