The CRTC said Wednesday it will review how regulations pertain to the evolution of 911 services and start a proceeding on the matter in early 2016. The regulator said in a press release that it will look at ensuring that telecommunications service providers' networks can support new technologies when when 911 call centres become capable of using them. Other issues it will consider include improving caller-location information, assessing the reliability of 911 networks and helping to prevent accidental 911 calls. The commission said in its release that "telecommunications service providers will be required to provide relevant data whenever necessary" to help the CRTC make decisions about 911. The CRTC also said it is willing to be part of a national forum to promote consultation between the various parties involved in 911 services.