MPs in Canada and the United Kingdom have stepped up their efforts to get the chance to grill Facebook Inc.’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a parliamentary committee hearing.
OTTAWA — The billions of dollars Rogers Communications Inc. says it’s plowing into developing networks of the future are its contribution to the country’s struggling Canadian content system, the company’s vice-president of regulatory affairs said Wednesday.
A year away from the next federal election, a majority of Canadians are concerned about the effect of ‘fake news’ on the electoral process, according to a new report by Media Technology Monitor (MTM), which is a research product of CBC/Radio-Canada.
OTTAWA — The consequences of bringing the country’s political parties under its private sector privacy law will mean fewer volunteers in campaign efforts due to fears of lofty fines, a lawyer for the Liberal party told the House of Commons ethics committee Tuesday.
OTTAWA — The head of Canada’s telecom regulator says clarity on where it stands when it comes to resolving disagreements over the rollout of 5G infrastructure is one question the Senate should consider in its review of Canada’s communications laws.
Last week, ministers of innovation and economic development from three levels of government committed to working together toward internet speed requirements that match the CRTC’s basic services objective, but ISED confirmed Thursday that Ontario and Saskatchewan did not explicitly agree to the initiative.
GATINEAU –– BCE Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. defended their sales tactics Friday after a week of CRTC hearings on aggressive and misleading sales practices, where numerous witnesses and smaller carriers pointed fingers at the big players for creating a problem.