Rogers purchases Shaw, erases competition

Published: 18 March 2021

Following its $26 billion acquisition of Shaw, Rogers has been criticized for eliminating regional competition. If the sale is approved by the Trudeau government, the company would become the second-largest telecom provider in Canada.

Professor Paul Beaumont joins the conversation to discuss the continuing importance of keeping the telecom industry competitive.


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