The CRTC has closed a Part 1 file, once suspended, involving two parties embroiled in a condo access issue that emerged when the property owner allegedly didn’t answer a telecom’s calls to connect its services.
A new analysis published by the consumer website Comparitech this week claims that Canadian Netflix Inc. subscribers have enjoyed the best value-for-money, based on catalogue-size and price-point, compared to 78 other countries around the world.
The head of Elections Canada is urging the government to give the privacy commissioner jurisdiction over complaints under proposed legislation that will compel political parties to have, and make public, privacy policies — a call that previously fell on deaf ears.
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has launched a consultation on a newly proposed category of smaller service areas for spectrum licensing, a moved praised by small wireless providers that have pushed for smaller area sizes at auctions that they can afford.
The CRTC is asking telecoms and satellite broadband providers for feedback on broadband maps and data sets it compiled from information they gave the commission, in light of criticism from the auditor general that current mapping methods aren’t specific enough to determine internet gaps.