When paring the first quarter numbers down, Telus Corp.’s smartphone plan uptake rivaled its peers, if not beat them, despite comparatively lower new postpaid additions, a senior executive said Wednesday.
Border device search constitutionality case can proceed: U.S. judge
FairPlay meeting with legal staff, not commissioners: CRTC
An anti-internet piracy coalition did not end up meeting with CRTC commissioners but it did meet with commission lawyers, representatives of the CRTC and BCE Inc. said after documents revealed that the coalition tried to organize such a meeting in July 2017.
CRTC wants answers on emergency alert test problems
Project to upgrade connectivity in all NWT communities completed
Each of the 33 communities in the Northwest Territories (NWT) now has access to 4G wireless connections and internet access of at least 5 Mbps, after the completion of the NWT Broadband Infrastructure project, according to an Infrastructure Canada release on Monday.
Security, data concerns drive two-phone phenomenon: Bell CEO
New CEO announced for Cogeco, Audet vows family to retain control
MONTREAL — Despite a generational change at the helm of Cogeco Inc., the company is promising to stick to its existing vision and strategy, outgoing CEO Louis Audet and incoming CEO Philippe Jetté outlined at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
Change Bell Fund rules, media companies ask
On Monday, the CRTC published a complaint from a group of media production companies including CBC/Radio-Canada outlining how, in their view, the BCE Inc.-supported Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund, or Bell Fund, falls short in the evaluation, allocation and governance of its Canadian media funding.
New numbers emerge in mandatory carriage renewal consultation
FairPlay hits back, claims piracy cost TV providers as much as $761M
The FairPlay coalition has responded to the laundry list of criticism directed toward its proposal to implement a website-blocking regime to fight piracy, arguing, among other points, that the thousands of comments from individuals against the proposal aren’t representative of Canadians’ views.