The CRTC has approved a proposed sale of two Quebec radio stations to Leclerc Communication Inc., but not a requested exception to its ownership policy that Leclerc has said would kill the deal if not approved.
Residents of a New Brunswick town are asking the Federal Court to review the government’s approval of a proposed telecommunications tower by Bragg Communications Inc.’s Eastlink, a development that is punctuating opposition to cell towers in neighbourhoods across the country.
The CRTC has denied an application by SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology Inc. asking for changes to the eligibility criteria for the commission’s rural broadband fund, which SWIFT argued excludes too many poorly-serviced communities from applying.
Before a second wireless emergency alert test went out in November, a group consisting of major emergency management agencies across Canada sent a letter to Public Safety asking for the messages to include more specific details about the events and their location.
OTTAWA — The Office of the Privacy Commissioner said Thursday it is turning to Federal Court to force Facebook Inc. to improve its privacy practises, after it found the social media giant broke Canadian law when it scraped data off millions of users on behalf of Cambridge Analytica.