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Shaw receives approval from Court of the Queen’s Bench for Rogers deal

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Shaw Communications has obtained approval from the Court of the Queen’s Bench of Alberta for its cope with Rogers.

The Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta is the superior court docket of Alberta. The deal nonetheless requires regulatory approval from the Competition Bureau, the CRTC and the division of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada.

This comes as Shaw shareholders lately voted in favour of the takeover provide from Rogers valued at $26 billion.

As a part of the funding, Rogers says it would make investments $2.5 billion in 5G networks over the subsequent 5 years throughout Western Canada. The service has additionally dedicated to creating a brand new $1 billion Rural and Indigenous Connectivity Fund.

The two carriers appeared earlier than the Industry, Science and Technology Committee on March twenty ninth and testified that the merger will improve competitors and advance 5G deployment throughout the nation.

Industry specialists and lecturers have argued that the deal will result in much less competitors throughout the wi-fi market and better costs for customers.

Rogers and Shaw introduced the proposed acquisition on March fifteenth and count on the transaction to shut within the first half of 2022.

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