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  3. Rogers' bid for Shaw gets boost after court rejects antitrust effort to block deal  Reuters
  4. Opinion: Industry committee has no business in Rogers-Shaw merger review  Financial Post
  5. Evening Update: Rogers-Shaw deal clears another hurdle; Polley among Oscar nominees  The Globe and Mail
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TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is asking the federal telecommunications regulator to review a key part of Rogers Communications Inc.'s plan to buy Shaw Communications Inc. and sell Shaw's Freedom Mobile wireless business to Videotron.TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is asking the federal telecommunications regulator to review a key part of Rogers Communications Inc.'s plan to buy Shaw Communications Inc. and sell Shaw's Freedom Mobile wireless business to Videotron.

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TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Rogers-Shaw appeal The Federal Court of Appeal will hear the Competition Bureau's appeal of a decision that cleared the way for Rogers Communication Inc.TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Rogers-Shaw appeal The Federal Court of Appeal will hear the Competition Bureau's appeal of a decision that cleared the way for Rogers Communication Inc.

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week - AlbertaPrimeTimes.com

Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s...Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s...

Canadian court clears way for Rogers Communications' nearly $20 billion takeover of rival Shaw - MarketWatch

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…

Federal court dismisses Competition Bureau's appeal to block Rogers-Shaw merger | The Star Phoenix

Federal court dismisses Competition Bureau's appeal to block Rogers-Shaw merger | The Star Phoenix

MONTRÉAL, Jan. 24, 2023 /CNW/ - Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO of Quebecor, will be available to answer questions from the media following his appearance before the Canadian House of Commons Standing CommitteeMONTRÉAL, Jan. 24, 2023 /CNW/ - Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO of Quebecor, will be available to answer questions from the media following his appearance before the Canadian House of Commons Standing Committee

Media advisory: Proposed acquisition of Shaw by Rogers - Pierre Karl Péladeau will meet the press following Quebecor's appearance before the House Standing Committee on Industry and Technology - Benzinga

CHATHAM, Ont. — Major telecom companies in Canada are allegedly giving preferential access to their networks in violation of the rules, TekSavvy Solutions Inc. said Thursday as it asked the federal telecommunications regulator to investigate.CHATHAM, Ont. — Major telecom companies in Canada are allegedly giving preferential access to their networks in violation of the rules, TekSavvy Solutions Inc. said Thursday as it asked the federal telecommunications regulator to investigate.

TekSavvy asks CRTC to review Rogers deal to sell Freedom to Videotron - Virden Empire-Advance

New Rogers-Shaw hearings risk further politicizing merger review, which in Canada is meant to be free from political interference. Read more

Industry committee has no business in Rogers-Shaw review: Opinion | Financial Post

Opinion: Industry committee has no business in Rogers-Shaw merger review | Financial Post

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Rogers-Shaw, Canada regulator to duke it out in federal court over C$20 bln bid | Kitco News

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TekSavvy wants the CRTC to investigate wholesale arrangements between Rogers and Vidéotron under its plans to acquire Shaw for $26 billion.TekSavvy wants the CRTC to investigate wholesale arrangements between Rogers and Vidéotron under its plans to acquire Shaw for $26 billion.

TekSavvy says Rogers, Vidéotron wholesale deal violates Telecommunications Act

Rogers Communications (RCI) rose 3.1% and Shaw Communications (SJR) jumped 3.1% in NYSE trading as a Canadian appeals court sided with the companies in their contentious mergerRogers Communications (RCI) rose 3.1% and Shaw Communications (SJR) jumped 3.1% in NYSE trading as a Canadian appeals court sided with the companies in their contentious merger

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OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

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Rogers Communications' proposed $15 billion USD merger with Shaw Communications — which includes a spin off Shaw’s Freedom Mobile unit to Québec-based Vidéotron — has been given the green light by the Federal Court of Appeal in Ottawa. Now, only one individual has the power to stop it, and that's not likely to transpire.Rogers Communications' proposed $15 billion USD merger with Shaw Communications — which includes a spin off Shaw’s Freedom Mobile unit to Québec-based Vidéotron — has been given the green light by the Federal Court of Appeal in Ottawa. Now, only one individual has the power to stop it, and that's not likely to transpire.

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Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw | Edmonton Journal

Rogers Communications Inc. took a major step toward completing its takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. as a Canadian appeals court rejected an effort by the…

Rogers-Shaw Deal Gets Lift as Court Rebuffs Antitrust Appeal | Windsor Star

Rogers-Shaw Deal Gets Lift as Court Rebuffs Antitrust Appeal | Windsor Star

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Federal Court Rejects Competition Bureau's Appeal on Proposed Rogers-Shaw Deal | MarketScreener

A Canada federal judge called into question the competition bureau's argument to block Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ...A Canada federal judge called into question the competition bureau's argument to block Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ...

Canada Judge Calls Into Question Regulator’s Argument to Block Rogers-Shaw Deal

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw

The Competition Bureau's appeal to block Rogers' merger with Shaw and Vidéotron's takeover of Freedom Mobile started with questions on the bureau's position.The Competition Bureau's appeal to block Rogers' merger with Shaw and Vidéotron's takeover of Freedom Mobile started with questions on the bureau's position.

Federal judge questions Competition Bureau's argument blocking Rogers-Shaw merger

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw - Newmarket News

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw

TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.9 billion) acquisition of rival Shaw Communications Inc has been delayed long eno...TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.9 billion) acquisition of rival Shaw Communications Inc has been delayed long eno...

Canada's Rogers, Shaw say merger must be allowed to proceed - Kalkine Media

TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.9 billion) acquisition of rival Shaw Communications Inc has been delayed long enough and must TORONTO (Reuters) - Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($14.9 billion) acquisition of rival Shaw Communications Inc has been delayed long enough and must

Canada's Rogers, Shaw say merger must be allowed to proceed

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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. Court of Appeal Justice David Stratas said the arguments presented by the bureau don’t meet the threshold of a palpable and overring error […]OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s takeover of Shaw Communi…

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Three-judge panel dismisses appeal by the Competition Tribunal, which sought to block the $26-billion mergerThree-judge panel dismisses appeal by the Competition Tribunal, which sought to block the $26-billion merger

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Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. Court of Appeal Justice David Stratas said the arguments presented by the bureau don’t meet the threshold of a palpable and overring error going to the core of the case that would be required to overturn the decision by the Competition Tribunal to approve the CDN$26 billion (US$19.44 billion) dealCanada’s Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed an attempt by the Competition Bureau to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. Court of Appeal Justice David Stratas said the arguments presented by the bureau don’t meet the threshold of a palpable and overring error going to the core of the case that would be required to overturn the decision by the Competition Tribunal to approve the CDN$26 billion (US$19.44 billion) deal

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw - The Washington Post

A federal court found the Competition Bureau's arguments did not meet the threshold to overturn the decision by the Competition Tribunal approving the deal.A federal court found the Competition Bureau's arguments did not meet the threshold to overturn the decision by the Competition Tribunal approving the deal.

Rogers-Shaw merger: Federal court rejects Competition Bureau bid to overturn deal | Globalnews.ca

A federal court found the Competition Bureau's arguments did not meet the threshold to overturn the decision by the Competition Tribunal approving the deal.

Rogers-Shaw merger: Federal court rejects Competition Bureau bid to overturn deal | Globalnews.ca

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw - Delta Optimist

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Competition Bureau's appeal on the Rogers-Shaw deal.The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Competition Bureau's appeal on the Rogers-Shaw deal.

Rogers takeover of Shaw a step closer after appeal shot down | CTV News

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw | 2023-01-25 05:52:33Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw | 2023-01-25 05:52:33

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw | Taiwan News | 2023-01-25 05:52:33

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal on Tuesday dismissed an...

Canada court rejects appeal of Rogers takeover of Shaw

The Rogers-Shaw merger now only requires approval from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. Read more.

Court rejects Bureau's bid to appeal Rogers-Shaw merger approval | Financial Post

Court rejects Competition Bureau's bid to appeal Rogers-Shaw merger approval | Financial Post

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw - North Shore News

The decision delivered Tuesday is a step forward for the $20-billion deal, which has dragged on for nearly two yearsThe decision delivered Tuesday is a step forward for the $20-billion deal, which has dragged on for nearly two years

Federal court dismisses Competition Bureau’s appeal of Rogers-Shaw merger approval - The Globe and Mail

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw - Powell River Peak

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed the Competition Bureau's effort to overturn a key approval of Rogers Communications Inc.'s takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Federal Court of Appeal rejects Competition Bureau's appeal on Rogers-Shaw - Burnaby Now

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Competition Bureau's appeal against Rogers' takeover of Shaw and Vidéotron's acquisition of Freedom Mobile. The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Competition Bureau's appeal against Rogers' takeover of Shaw and Vidéotron's acquisition of Freedom Mobile. 

Federal Court dismisses Competition Bureau's appeal against Rogers-Shaw merger