international SPOTLIGHT: CANADA

February 2007
CED;Feb2007, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p35
Trade Publication
The article offers information on some major cable operators and telephone companies in Canada. These include Bell Canada Inc., Inukshuk Wireless Inc., Rogers Cable Communications, and Shaw Communications Inc. Detailed descriptions of each company, their headquarters, and the number of their customers are also offered.


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