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Scott tells senators CRTC won’t regulate algorithms

Media | 11/17/2022 1:40 pm EST

CRTC chair Ian Scott told members of the Senate Committee on Transport and Communication that the commission has no intention of regulating algorithms under the terms of the Online Streaming Act. The legislation, Bill C-11, is currently before the Senate. “What the bill...

Scott Hutton to take on newly-created role at the CRTC

Media | 04/09/2019 5:30 pm EDT

The CRTC has created a new chief of consumer, research and communications position and named Scott Hutton, its current executive director of broadcasting, to the role. “Scott will lead the CRTC’s work as we engage in a conversation with Canadians, key stakeholders and...

Fewer phones than expected emergency alert compatible: official

telecom | 09/24/2018 5:48 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Those in charge of the wireless emergency alert system...

Presidential banner caught emergency alert officials off-guard: emails

telecom | 09/06/2018 7:16 pm EDT

Public Safety officials working on Canada’s public alert systems were...

Deadline set for mandatory emergency alerts

telecom | 03/29/2018 3:37 pm EDT

Wireless service providers are required to distribute wireless public emergency alert messages on LTE by April 6, the CRTC said in a Thursday release. The announcement puts an end to uncertainty as to when the service would...

Start date for wireless emergency alert system still not set: CRTC

telecom | 02/05/2018 6:08 pm EST

OTTAWA — Following a wireless emergency alert in the United States that...

Telus leads in end-of-summer lobbying activity

Media | 09/25/2017 5:31 pm EDT

Telus Corp. was far and away the busiest industry stakeholder when it came to reportable lobbying activity with the federal government last month, filing a total of 16 communication reports in August — twice as many as lobbying runner-up Rogers Communications Inc....