THIS MONTH'S CRTC DECISION TO regulate wholesale wireless roaming rates is just the latest in a long line of seminal processes and decisions which have come under the tenure of chairman Jean-Pierre Blais.
Just about 60% the way through his five-year term, Blais has had to digest major developments in the industry, technology, and political environment—which is pushing for more competition and consumer rights - while dealing with an often-cranky TV and telecom executives trying to steer their ships through the same choppy waters. Read More »
OTTAWA - In light of the recent Federal Court of Appeal decision to uphold the applicability deadline of the Wireless Code, the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS)… Read More »
TORONTO - Heads up binge watchers, here comes shomi. Read More »
SAINT JOHN - After receiving more than 17,000 votes from across the country, the Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) has announced the winners of the 2015 Tuned-in Canada: The CCSA Awards. Read More »
The Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS), in collaboration with the Société québécoise des professionnels en relations publiques (SQPRP), will hold its annual conference at Montreal's Westin… See Event »
TORONTO - Telus is offering new travel passes for customers travelling far and wide this summer plus has revised its passes for some of Europe's most travelled countries. Read More »
MONTREAL - Cogeco Cable has launched a new business phone service designed to meet the specific communications needs of its Fibre Services customers. Read More »
MONTREAL - After announcing plans to go public last month, Stingray said that it has entered into an underwriting agreement for the initial public offering of 22,400,000 subordinate voting shares and… Read More »
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