Toronto: September-10/2020 – The Federal Court appeals has rejected appeals by Canada’s largest telephone and cable companies, handling an interim victory to the country’s independent internet providers.

The court has also ordered the network owner including Bell, Rogers, Telus and others to pay costs of TekSavvy Solutions Inc. and an association of independent internet companies.

A 3-0 ruling by the court says the award of costs reflects the fact that the appellants hadn’t been convincing the three judges on any of the issues raised by the appeals.

Read more on this history: CP24

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