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Bell, Shaw, Openmedia go before MPs to discuss usage-based billing

Bell store at Rideau Centre in Ottawa Aug. 12, 2010.

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Today at 3:30 EST in Ottawa, the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology will hear from several groups with an interest in the usage-based billing debate, including Bell Canada and Shaw Communications. The committee will also hear from OpenMedia.ca, a non-partisan group that published an online petition calling on the CRTC to repeal UBB.

Join Globe reporters and editors at 3:30 pm Thursday for the live coverage.



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