Home Page News Briefs People Media Telecom Archives About Us
Advertising Subscribe Reuse & Permissions
The Hill Times Parliament Now The Lobby Monitor HTCareers Classifieds

Bell subsidiary says resources to implement local competition in Que. area scarce, even for incumbent, justifying 5-month delay

Briefs | 11/24/2021 2:04 pm EST
Photo via Pxhere

A BCE Inc. subsidiary told the CRTC that approving a five-month period for it to implement local competition in the low-density market of Upton, Que., is reasonable, considering the commission approved the same time frame for the company three years ago when Telus Corp. also requested to enter one of its markets.

To keep reading, get a free trial.

Already a Subscriber?

Related Stories

Scott should recuse himself from MDU in-building access review and vary: TekSavvy

News | 11/29/2021 5:44 pm EST

An Ontario-based independent service provider argued to the CRTC that chair Ian Scott  “is in violation of the commission’s own internal standards of conduct” and should recuse himself from a...

No evidence suggests foreign streamers will enter into exclusivity with Rogers, incumbent tells CRTC 

News | 11/26/2021 5:08 pm EST

Rogers Communications Inc. executives told the CRTC that there is no evidence to suggest that its merger with Shaw Communications Inc. would result in content exclusivity with foreign streamers, if...

Safeguards can’t justify Rogers-Shaw merger: Bell to CRTC

News | 11/25/2021 6:35 pm EST

No amount of proposed remedies will undo the damage of Rogers Communications Inc. gaining 47 per cent of the English-language broadcast distribution undertaking (BDU) market, according to...

Reuse & Permissions

Unauthorized distribution, transmission, reuse or republication of any and all content is strictly prohibited. To discuss re-use of this material, please contact:

Customer Care, 613-688-8821 | subscriptions@hilltimes.com