Cable & Telecom

Aliant spending $12 million in Moncton; launches Aliant TV in the city

MONCTON – A total of $12 million will be spent in Greater Moncton by incumbent telco Bell Aliant in order to enhance the capacity of its network and to deliver additional service options, including video-rich applications like Aliant TV. “This $12 million injection brings Aliant’s total investment in broadband in New Brunswick to $164 million since 2000,” said Claudine Langan, Aliant’s director of consumer marketing. “Our commitment to Moncton and to our customers across New Brunswick is very strong; we’re focused on continually investing to improve the capacity of our network so that we can introduce exciting Internet-based services, like...

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.