BCE Inc. will finish decommissioning its legacy CDMA wireless network at the end of April, the company said Friday.
There should be a mechanism in place to help resolve disputes between small ISPs and incumbents, an organization representing wireless internet service providers told the panel in charge of reviewing Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications legislation.
While the Canadian music industry aims to address revenue shortfalls in the face of increasing internet competition, amalgamators of their content rights have been filing lawsuits against public establishments who they allege have been playing their music without a license.
GATINEAU, Que. — Innovation Canada did not take a critical report of its progress on connecting rural and remote Canadians too poorly, instead using it to “do some education” to highlight all its successes, the department’s director general of spectrum policy said on Wednesday.
The Liberal government should expect some amount of industry opposition against the wording of the government’s new, consumer-focused CRTC policy direction and the regulator’s new pro-MVNO stance, according to some industry-watchers and insiders.