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BraggCommunications Inc., doing business as EastLink, is a group of companies providing the incumbent cable television services, as well as competitive internet and wireline telephone services, serving nearly all major centres of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, as well as Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
In addition to the BraggCommunications name, EastLink's cablesystems previously operated as Halifax Cable, Viking Cable, Seabreeze Cable, Able Cable and Bay Cable until November 24, 1998.
It also purchased the former Access Communications assets of Shaw Communications in 2001.
Bragg submitted that what is predominant on the TV Listings Channel is not the alphanumeric television listings on the left side of the screen, but is rather the sound and visual images on the right side of the screen.
Bragg asserted that it was incumbent on Aliant to demonstrate whether the preference or disadvantage is undue, i.e., whether the preference or the disadvantage has had, or is likely to have, a material adverse impact on Aliant, on any other person or on the achievement of the objectives of the broadcasting policy for Canada.
Bragg submitted that Aliant provided no evidence to support its claim that Braggs refusal to broadcast Aliants advertising on Braggs TV Listings Channel is causing significant harm to Aliant or any other party, or that it will have a material adverse impact on the achievement of the objectives of the Broadcasting Act.
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