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Supreme Court Dismisses the Case Against WIND Mobile

The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the case brought against WIND Mobile on Thursday, tossing out Public Mobile’s complaint that the new carrier was foreign-owned. The fun started in 2009 when the CRTC ruled that WIND Mobile didn’t have the right to launch a national wireless service in Canada because it violated the country’s foreign ownership [...]
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