By Ahmad Hathout LARGE TELCOS ARE recommending the CRTC avoid subsidizing next-generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) networks through a large fund subsidized by the carriers and dedicated to basic telecommunications services, with one large telco... Continue Reading
TORONTO — Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) announced today it has signed a three-year collaboration agreement with Bell Mobility Inc. to develop products and services and improve technology as it relates... Continue Reading
TORONTO — Having entered into an agreement last year with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to collaborate on 5G edge computing, Bell Canada announced yesterday the launch of public multi-access edge... Continue Reading
By Howard Law
THE NEW SEASON of Canadian culture wars is now available from the House of Commons’ second reading of Bill C-11 the Online Streaming Act, the federal Liberals’ digital reboot and seventh iteration of the Broadcasting Act since 1932.
After minor revisions by Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez, the Bill C-11 debate promises to be a re-run of last year’s Bill C-10 which drew flak from friends and foes alike and was successfully filibustered by the Conservatives prior to the dissolution of Parliament for the fall election.
Split into three posts, I will cover what Rodriguez says C-11 is about, what its…
MONTREAL — Bell Canada announced today the launch of four of AMC Networks’ subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services — Acorn TV, IFC Films Unlimited, Shudder and Sundance Now — on Bell... Continue Reading
OTTAWA – The Government of Canada today highlighted over $435.5 million in funding to bring high-speed Internet service to thousands of homes in Ontario. Seven separate announcements were made today,... Continue Reading