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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada - Aug 21

    Reuters – 7:23 AM ET 08/21/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** Many women with a form of early stage breast cancer may be receiving treatments, including radiation and mastectomy, that do not prolong their life, according to a study published on Thursday in the journal JAMA Oncology.

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    Rogers Communications Declares 48 Cents per Share Quarterly Dividend

    PR Newswire – 12:33 PM ET 08/13/2015

    October 1, 2015 Payment Date Following September 11, 2015 Record Date. Quarterly Dividend of 48 Cents per Share Declared by Board. TORONTO, Aug. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF) announced today that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend totalling 48 cents per share on each of its outstanding Class B Non-Voting shares and Class A Voting shares.

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    Canada's Telus adds wireless customers; revenue up 5.1 pct

    Reuters – 7:44 AM ET 08/07/2015

    Telus Corp (TU), one of Canada's three big telecoms providers, reported a 5.1 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Friday, while gaining wireless, Internet and television customers during a tumultuous period for the industry. Telus said that in the second quarter it added 76,000 contract wireless customers, who typically spend much more per month for wireless service than those who prepay.

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    Profit at Canada's BCE powered by wireless growth

    Reuters – 7:43 AM ET 08/06/2015

    BCE Inc (BCEXF) posted a 25 percent jump in second-quarter profit as its mobile business grew, offsetting lower advertising revenue at its media arm, Canada's largest telecommunications company said on Thursday. Bell, as the company is known to customers, added more than 61,000 postpaid wireless customers, who typically spend more than those who prepay for service, it said.

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    Canada's BCE posts 25 pct jump in second-quarter profit

    Reuters – 7:12 AM ET 08/06/2015

    BCE Inc (BCEXF) posted a 25 percent jump in second-quarter profit as its mobile business grew, offsetting lower ad revenue in its media arm, Canada's largest telecom company said on Thursday. The Montreal-based company said it had net income attributable to shareholders of C$759 million, or 90 Canadian cents a share.

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    Rogers Communications halts wireless exits; net profit drops

    Reuters – 10:49 AM ET 07/23/2015

    Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF) added wireless customers in the second quarter after two straight quarters of net defections, a key milestone in the broad strategic overhaul the Canadian telecoms and media company has embarked on.

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    Canada's Rogers Communications profit slips, revenue up

    Reuters – 7:07 AM ET 07/23/2015

    Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF) reported a 10 percent slip in second-quarter net income on Thursday, as the Canadian telecom, cable and media company made progress in its strategy of attracting value over volume in its wireless business.

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    Canada telecoms regulator: Big players must share fiber-optic networks

    Reuters – 4:56 PM ET 07/22/2015

    * Ruling likely to hit phone companies more than cable companies. * Smaller rivals cheer boost to competition. By Randall Palmer. Canada's telecommunications regulator decided on Wednesday that the country's biggest providers must share their 'last mile' fiber-optic connections, a move cheered by smaller rivals currently only granted access to the large companies' older infrastructure.

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    Canada telecom regulator says big players must share latest network

    Reuters – 4:10 PM ET 07/22/2015

    Canada's telecommunications regulator decided on Wednesday that the country's biggest providers will have to share their fibre optic network connections, a boost to smaller rivals that currently get to use the larger companies' older infrastructure.

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    What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Thursday, July 23

    Reuters – 3:00 PM ET 07/22/2015

    Visa Inc (V), the world's largest credit and debit card company, is expected to report a third-quarter profit, helped by higher U.S. consumer spending boosted by lower gasoline prices and a strong labor market.

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    Technical Data on Wireless Communications Stocks -- Sprint, T-Mobile US, Vodafone Group, Telephone and Data Systems, and Rogers Communications

    PR Newswire – 9:40 AM ET 07/17/2015

    NEW YORK, July 17, 2015 Equity Research Institute has initiated coverage on the following equities: Sprint Corporation (S), T-Mobile US Inc. (TMUS), Vodafone Group PLC (VOD), Telephone and Data Systems Inc. (TDA), and Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF). Free research report on Sprint (S) can be accessed at https://www.EquityResearchInstitute.com/reports?keyword=S On Thursday, July 16, 2015, the NASDAQ Composite ended at 5,163.18...

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    TIME CHANGE / Rogers Communications 2Q15 Investment Community Teleconference July 23, 2015 now at 7:30 a.m. ET

    PR Newswire – 4:01 PM ET 07/10/2015

    TORONTO, July 10, 2015 Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF), Canada's leading diversified communications and media company, plans to release its second quarter 2015 financial results on Thursday, July 23, 2015 before the North American financial markets open.

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    Rogers Completes Acquisitions of Mobilicity and Shaw AWS Spectrum

    PR Newswire – 5:21 PM ET 07/02/2015

    TORONTO, July 2, 2015Rogers Communications (RCIAF), a leading diversified Canadian telecommunications and media company, said that it received all requisite governmental, creditor and court approvals and has completed the acquisitions of both Mobilicity and Shaw's AWS wireless spectrum as announced last Wednesday, June 24, 2015.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada - June 25

    Reuters – 7:28 AM ET 06/25/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** The Canadian government carefully courted Saudi Arabia in the years leading up to an unprecedented C$15 billion arms sale to Riyadh brokered by Ottawa that remains shrouded in secrecy, documents show.

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    BRIEF-Canada approves series of spectrum licence transfers between Rogers, Shaw, Mobilicity and Wind Mobile

    Reuters – 1:33 PM ET 06/24/2015

    * Canada approves series of spectrum licence transfers between Rogers, Shaw, Mobilicity and Wind Mobile. * Rogers will provide all 10 Mobilicity spectrum licenses to Wind Mobile in exchange for small portion of Wind's current spectrum Further company coverage:

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    Rogers inks deals to immediately boost speed and quality for wireless customers in BC, Alberta and Southern Ontario

    PR Newswire – 10:06 AM ET 06/24/2015

    Purchase of Mobilicity brings continuity of service and certainty to over 150,000 wireless customers Will exercise option to acquire Shaw's unused AWS-1 spectrum to meet growing mobile video needs TORONTO, June 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Rogers Communications (RCIAF) will immediately boost speed and quality for wireless customers in BC, Alberta and Southern Ontario as part of a series of transactions anno...

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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada - June 24

    Reuters – 6:54 AM ET 06/24/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** Mobilicity has accepted an offer from Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF) and plans to seek court approval of the C$465 million sale.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada - June 23

    Reuters – 7:28 AM ET 06/23/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** Analysts expect BlackBerry Ltd's (BBRY) first quarter earnings to disappoint, with fears that hardware sales will take a hit.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada - June 22

    Reuters – 7:38 AM ET 06/22/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** The NDP and Liberal Party's plans to change the federal electoral system without necessarily holding a referendum have Conservative critics accusing them of playing loose with the democratic process.

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    Toronto launches wireless service on subway stations

    Reuters – 11:22 AM ET 06/17/2015

    Customers of Canada's Wind Mobile will be able to use their mobile phones in underground subway stations in downtown Toronto after the company signed a deal with the city's transit authority.

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