The all too familiar cycle of mergers leading to layoffs continues as a CityNews Ottawa radio broadcast shuts down.
Two large Canadian media chains, PostMedia and Toronto Star, are in talks to merge. Everyone admits things are declining.
The Rogers Shaw merger has already taken an obvious turn. Funding has already started getting redirected from Shaw to Rogers operations.
Reports indicate that the Rogers Shaw merger has now been completed. This makes it official that Canada now only has 3 major providers left.
Canada’s Competition Law Enforcement Has Failed: Innovation Minister Rubber Stamps Rogers Shaw Merger
Canadian Innovation Minister, François-Philippe Champagne, has stopped pretending and rubber stamped the Rogers Shaw merger.
The Competition Bureau’s effort to block the Rogers Shaw merger has come to an end. The government is now weighing in.
A court date has been set and the complaint has been expanded by the Competition Bureau. The court challenge has temporarily blocked the Rogers Shaw
Competition Tribunal Threatens to Disclose IP Addresses Following Rogers Shaw Merger Challenge Rejection
After rejecting a challenge to the Rogers Shaw merger, the “Competition” Tribunal is now threatening to disclose IP addresses.
As the Rogers Shaw merger moves forward, a merger in the US could help provide insight into what could happen.
Rogers and Shaw have finalized a deal to sell Freedom Mobile to Videotron. This as they try to appease lawmakers in their merger bid.