“I think it was 2015-one-seven-seven,” said Philippe Jetté, chief executive of Montreal-based Cogeco Inc., stretching his memory to come up with the name of a five-year-old decision by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that suddenly represents what could be the country’s last chance at a competitive market for wireless internet. He was right. In ...


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