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In a major development, the Competition Tribunal of Canada has approved the proposed merger between Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications. The deal, valued at CAD 20 billion, will see the creation of the country’s second-largest telecom provider, second only to Bell.

In a major development, the Competition Tribunal of Canada has approved the proposed merger between Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications. The deal, valued at CAD 20 billion, will see the creation of the country’s second-largest telecom provider, second only to Bell.

The merger will bring together two of Canada’s largest telecom companies, with a combined customer base of over 15 million. The new company will offer a range of services including television, internet, and mobile services.

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