Cable & Telecom

Telus going green

VANCOUVER – Telus announced today that it is introducing 10 gasoline-electric hybrid sedans to its fleet of vehicles in a pilot project intended to determine the cost-effectiveness and environmental benefits... Continue Reading

WestJet TV takes off

CALGARY – Discount airliner WestJet has announced that its in-flight TV service is ready to fly in its newest planes. Partnered with Bell ExpressVu and LiveTV, WestJet today announced that... Continue Reading

Bartrem to leave Astral

TORONTO - Astral Television’s director of affiliate marketing, Richard Bartrem, will work his last day at the company on Friday. After five years with Astral, Bartrem has accepted the position... Continue Reading

MTS ties bundles to donations

WINNIPEG - "Three choices, three bucks, three charities," MTS said today while launching its new product bundles. From now until June 17th, for every customer who signs up for a... Continue Reading

Government, industry, to attack spam

OTTAWA – New legislation and more rigorous enforcement are a couple of the new tools recommended to fight e-mail spam says a new report entitled, Stopping Spam: Creating a Stronger,... Continue Reading

Bell spends on student IP research

MONTREAL - Today, Bell Canada announced a $240,000 contribution to Montréal's Ecole de technologie supérieure (ETS) for a research project designed to enhance service quality and traffic engineering on an... Continue Reading

Cygnal posts Q1 loss

MARKHAM, Ont. – Cable and telecom equipment, and network solutions supplier Cygnal Technologies Corporation today announced that revenues and EBITDA dipped in the first quarter of 2005. Revenues were $29.1... Continue Reading