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CRTC says no to interim fibre in-building wire access

The CRTC has denied a CloudWifi Inc. request for an interim scheme to allow small internet service providers to access other providers’ fibre in-building wire (IBW) in multi-dwelling units (MDUs) until the regulator sets a new tariff. In a decision published on its website on Thursday, the CRTC said...


Corus allowed to expand CanCon underspend, provided it’s paid off next year

The CRTC has allowed Corus Entertainment Inc. to reduce its mandated Canadian programming expenditures (CPE) in a single year, but declared any shortfall must be made up in the following year. In a Friday decision the regulator approved Corus’ application for its maximum CPE under-expenditure in a single...

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