Cable & Telecom

2022 ISP SUMMIT: Regulatory environment unhelpful for consumers, competition, affordability, panel says

TORONTO – Yesterday afternoon, the regulatory panel at the Competitive Network Operators of Canada’s (CNOC) 2022 Canadian ISP Summit delved into currently hot topics including rural broadband subsidies, affordability, competition and site blocking. And while the panel, moderated by Bryson Masse (above, left), CNOC regulatory and communications adviser, was titled “Zen and the Art of Regulatory Patience”, the panelists gave the distinct impression the time for patience has come and gone. Madeleine Redfern (second from right), COO of CanArctic Inuit Networks Inc. spoke about her experience living in Canada’s north where she pays $1,000 per month for unreliable and slow...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.