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They are still making the Nexus One, they're just not going to sell them online anymore. Any Canadian provider could in theory begin to carry it among their handset lineup. I would not be shocked to see it with Shaw or Videotron when they launch, both will need high profile devices if they want to compete with the Big 3 and both could offer it subsidized on contract.

As for high-end iPhone competition, for now we have the HTC Desire and Motorola Milestone, both on Telus, and the Samsung Vibrant on Bell. I would expect to see some more Galaxy S phones before too long, maybe on Rogers. The problem is that the Big 3 share frequency with AT&T, who have the weakest showing of Android of all the American providers. Still, both the 850 variant of the Desire and the 850 variant of the Vibrant are unique to Canada, so who knows.
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