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Phone Line Cuts Hit Thousands in Canada

Telephone and Internet services to thousands of customers in Atlantic Canada were disrupted late on Tuesday after primary cables were cut in what phone provider Aliant Inc. said was a deliberate act. Police are investigating the incident, which affected 250,000 people in Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as 5,000 in Nova Scotia. About 4,300 workers at Aliant, the dominant phone provider in Eastern Canada, have been on strike since April, affecting service in four provinces. Full Story

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