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Canada: Outage leaves many without mobile, internet service


TORONTO (AP) — A widespread network outage left many Canadians without mobile and internet service for most of the day, disrupting police, business and court services as crowds flocked to work at coffee shops with Wi-Fi. Rogers Communications Inc. said it started restoring service late Friday and said its teams “are working hard to get everyone back online as quickly as possible.” The outage began early in the morning and stretched into the evening. It interrupted services across retailers and credit card processors, police and courts, airlines and train networks. The company offered no explanation for what caused he outage, how many customers were impacted or where they were located.

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