Canadian cable, radio, television and telecom industry responds to the Covid-19 crisis

Companies across the Canadian cable, radio, television and telecom industry are responding to the Covid-19 crisis in many ways. Broadcasters are informing and entertaining their viewers and cable, telecom and wireless carriers are doing a superb job keeping their customers connected, while waiving a number of fees to help out – all the while protecting their employees, too.

Below is a list of links directly to each Canadian company’s Covid-19 response pages. If we’ve missed anyone, please let us know at editorial@cartt.ca and we will add you.

Canada Emergency Response Benefit

Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

Government of Canada Business Support

Department of Canadian Heritage

Access Communications

Bell Canada

Blue Ant Media

Bravo Telecom

Brooke Telecom

Bruce Telecom

Cable Cable

Canada Media Fund

CBC

CCAP (Coopérative de câblodistribution de l’Arrière-Pays)

CHCH

CHEK

City West

Cochrane Tel

Cogeco Connexion

Corus Entertainment
Also – #CanadaTogether

Distributel

Durham Radio – Radiohelps

Eastlink

Ebox

Ethnic Channels Group

Execulink

Freedom Mobile

Gosfield North Communications

Hollywood Suite

Ice Wireless

Lakeland Networks

Mobo

Mornington Communications

Nexicom

Northwestel

Quadro Communications

Quebecor Media

Rogers Communications

SaskTel

Seaside Communications

Shaw Communications

Sirius XM Canada

SSI Micro

Storm Internet

Super Channel

TbayTel

Telus

TeraGo

Textnow

TFO

TLN Media Group

Tuckersmith Communications Co-op

TVOntario

Videotron

Westman Communications

Wightman Communications

Women in Communications and Technology

WTC Communications

Xplornet

 

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.