Cable & Telecom

CNOC asks CRTC to review and vary in-building fibre decision

GATINEAU, QC – Competitive Network Operators of Canada (CNOC) filed an application late last month asking the CRTC to review and vary its July 27 decision, announced in Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2021-239, not to mandate access to fibre in-building wire (IBW) in multi-dwelling units (MDUs) across the country. In the application, CNOC asks the CRTC to “etermine that mandated wholesale access to fibre IBW will be provided pursuant to a single, nationwide wholesale rate, and that this wholesale rate should be established in a follow-up costing proceeding.” The CRTC had made its decision because it found “access to fibre...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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