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Rogers-Shaw merger: Competition Bureau gives up the fight, House of Commons begins its scrutiny

The Competition Bureau has said it will not be appealing the Federal Court's decision after its motion to block the Rogers-Shaw merger was rejected...

Federal court dismisses Competition Bureau’s appeal to block Rogers-Shaw merger

The Competition Bureau failed to convince the Federal Court of Appeal that the Competition Tribunal's decision in favor of the Rogers-Shaw merger was legally...

Rogers-Shaw deal goes to federal court; Competition Bureau says proposed sale of Freedom to Vidéotron is ‘parasitic’

Today, the Competition Bureau is making its case in front of the Federal Court of Appeal in Ottawa, in its latest attempt to kill...

Globalive announces plans to return to the wireless market with bid for Manitoba spectrum

Toronto-based telco Globalive has announced its plan to return to Canada's wireless market with a bid to acquire Manitoba spectrum from defunct carrier Xplore...

TekSavvy asks CRTC to block proposed sale of Freedom Mobile to Videotron, says it violates Telecommunications Act

TekSavvy is not backing down. The Ontario-based independent internet service provider (ISP) is asking the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) to review the...

TekSavvy urges Minister Champagne to block the Rogers-Shaw merger and deny Vidéotron bid for Freedom Mobile

Fearing that, after the Cabinet decision on wholesale rates, the federal government's approval of the Rogers-Shaw merger would result in further "rate-fixing and price...

Competition Bureau files updated appeal, cites legal errors in Competition Tribunal’s decision

According to a report by the Globe and Mail, the Competition Bureau filed an updated appeal to the Federal Court of Appeals on Friday,...

Rogers-Shaw merger blocked again as Competition Bureau gets temporary stay of Tribunal’s decision from Court of Appeal

The Rogers acquisition of Shaw Communications has hit yet another roadblock. Yesterday, the Federal Court of Appeal granted the Competition Bureau an “emergency interim...

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