Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corp. (SaskTel) announced on Wednesday plans to deploy a new, long-distance wireless backhaul system that will bring transport layer speed increases to remote communities.
GATINEAU — The CRTC is recommending the government undertake a bevy of changes to the Canadian content system, including a new approach to funding content that would include contributions from telecom service providers and see online services make “equitable” contributions.
Corus Entertainment Inc. said it has come to an agreement with BCE Inc. to officially terminate a previous arrangement that would’ve seen two of its French-language specialty channels sold to Bell, after the Competition Bureau rejected the deal earlier this week.
A government-commissioned report is shedding light on the extent of copyright infringement in Canada, with data showing about a quarter of online Canadians consume infringing content, and 10 per cent report having received notice-and-notice letters — which led about a quarter to stop infringing activity.
OTTAWA — Whistleblower and data scientist Christopher Wylie testified at the House ethics committee Tuesday, continuing to allege that data companies acted improperly in elections around the world, but also defending the use of data crunching during the Canadian political process.