It’s been just over two and a half years since the Harper cabinet overturned a decision by the CRTC, the federal telecommunications regulator, and issued an operating licence to the parent of Wind Mobile.Since then competitor Public Mobile has been trying to get the courts to recognize that was an unfair decision to other carriers.
On Thursday it will find out if Canada’s top court will take the case. The Supreme Court of Canada said this afternoon that’s when it will announce if it will give Public Mobile leave to appeal the case, which centres on the powers of the federal cabinet.
But prodded by then-Industry Minister Tony Clement – whose department had already approved Globalive’s carrier licence – the cabinet said that because daily control of Wind would be in the hands of Canadians it met the conditions of the law.
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