OTTAWA-GATINEAU — With the federal election campaign officially underway, the CRTC announced Monday it is now accepting registrations via the Voter Contact Registry from anyone who will be using calling service providers or robocall systems to call voters during the election.
In the wake of the robocall scandal that emerged during the 2011 federal election, when the Fair Elections Act was enacted in June 2014, new provisions were introduced for the regulation of voter contact calling services through the Voter Contact Registry. Read More »
OTTAWA — The Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) today instructed Toronto-based service provider Brama Telecom to refund excess amounts charged to one of its… Read More »
TORONTO, OTTAWA, WINNIPEG and REGINA — Signalling its exit from the wireless network market in the prairie provinces, and just days after it made the original applications, Wind Mobile's proposed… Read More »
MONTREAL — Bell Business Markets announced Friday it is expanding its data hosting facility in Montreal, which will soon be able to offer a total IT load capacity of 6.8 megawatts in a… Read More »
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WINNIPEG — With restructuring of its Allstream subsidiary largely complete, Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. says it plans to look for a buyer for Allstream in the second half of this year. Read More »
TORONTO — The Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) has chosen Reynolds Mastin as its new president and CEO, filling the vacancy left by Michael Hennessy, who retired from the association… Read More »
QUÉBEC CITY — The Québec and federal governments made a joint funding announcement on Thursday to provide maximum financial assistance of $26.5 million for Tamaani, Nunavik's telecommunications… Read More »
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