Canadian sat provider sues

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TORONTO — Satellite service provider Bell ExpressVu has filed a C$45 million ($28.4 million) lawsuit against almost 30 satellite dealers to stop them from selling in Canada systems meant for the U.S. market.

The systems actually came from Bell ExpressVu, which traded with new customers for illegally held satellite TV equipment.

However, the traded-in equipment, which was sold for scrap value with a provision banning its sale in Canada, has found its way back to the country.

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