Cable & Telecom

CRTC’s chief compliance, enforcement officer announces retirement

OTTAWA – Andrea Rosen, the CRTC’s first chief compliance and enforcement officer who has negotiated more than $3 million in penalties during her tenure, has announced she will be retiring after almost 32 years in public service. Rosen, who will retire at the end of September, took on the then-new CRTC position in 2010 and established the compliance and enforcement sector as it evolved from the first Do Not Call office in the Commission’s telecommunications department. As chief compliance and enforcement officer, Rosen designed the operational criteria for the Do Not Call and Canada’s Anti-Spam law. She also launched the enforcement...

Our industry and COVID-19

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