OTTAWA-GATINEAU - With a federal election looming, the CRTC laid out the ground rules for entities who call voters, or that engage others to do so.
As part of recent amendments to the Canada Elections Act and the Telecommunications Act, the Commission is responsible for establishing and maintaining a Voter Contact Registry during federal elections. Persons, corporations, or groups that engage in voter contact calls in relation to an election will be required to file registration notices and identifying information with the Commission for inclusion in the Voter Contact Registry. Read More »
TORONTO - Though Apple Watch doesn't officially launch for another month, Tangerine said Friday that its mobile banking app will be one of the first apps available on the new device. Read More »
NEW YORK and TORONTO - Shaw Media's History has picked up a fourth season of the acclaimed drama series Vikings. Read More »
OTTAWA - Canada's Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) was quick to agree to Thursday's proposal by the CRTC that it take on the job of dealing with complaints from TV… Read More »
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TORONTO - Retail advertising continued to generate the most complaints from Canadian consumers in 2014, closely followed by the leisure services category, says the Advertising Standards Canada (ASC). Read More »
TORONTO - Shaw Media and Shaftesbury's digital studio Smokebomb Entertainment have joined forces with brand agency shift2 and Schick Quattro for Women on MsLabelled, a new fashion-focused… Read More »
TORONTO - Kik Interactive is partnering with content platform Massively on an interactive text-messaging story game to support the newly launched theatrical trailer for the next installment of the… Read More »
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