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A media campaign is encouraging Quebec residents to see if they qualify for reimbursement.
Shares fell more than six per cent in trading Wednesday after the company warned it has become a victim of its own success.
The CRTC expects telecoms to have them readily available by April 2019.
PC Magazine found Rogers's download speeds slower than its main competitors.
Sasktel and Videotron ranked highest for internet service.
This might have something to do with those deals the Big Three offered last month.
A proposed agency tasked with censoring piracy websites would have no judicial oversight, a critic warns.
They've already raided a Montreal man's home.
Even if it's a small change, it seems everything wireless-related is getting pricier.