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Don Cherry, Sportsnet agree to multi-year deal to keep 82-year-old icon on the air

TORONTO — Don Cherry is returning to “Hockey Night in Canada” next season.

The 82-year-old star of “Coach’s Corner” has agreed to a multi-year deal, Scott Moore, president of Sportsnet and NHL properties, told The Canadian Press on Monday. 521 more words


Rogers issues apology after hundreds of phone calls redirected to 9-1-1

Rogers is apologizing to its customers in B.C. after a technical glitch inadvertently directed hundreds of phone calls to 9-1-1 dispatchers.

E-Comm says it received more than 500 calls in the two-hour span on Tuesday night, which is a significant jump from the normal 260. 38 more words


Paul Beeston enjoying new role as unofficial adviser of Blue Jays

TORONTO – Paul Beeston’s old cigar boxes have been packed up and put away. The loads of paper that are packed in his filing cabinets are still a work in progress though. 882 more words


Broadband in Canada

We can get a bit myopic and tend to think that issues in the US are somehow different than the issues elsewhere. But Canada is having the same issues with broadband that we are experiencing in the US. 662 more words

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Rogers Set to ‘Ignite’ Gigabit Rollout in Toronto; 4m Homes to be Covered by End-2016

Rogers Communications, Canada’s second largest broadband provider by subscribers, has confirmed that the rollout of its planned 1Gbps internet service will commence this year in downtown Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). 70 more words

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