Cable & Telecom

Rogers closing wireless gaps with help from B.C. government

$7 million project will be complete by October VANCOUVER — In partnership with the B.C. government, Rogers Communications announced today it is expanding its 5G wireless network to provide reliable connectivity along Highways 95 and 97, helping to connect communities in Okanagan, Vernon-Kamloops-Cache Creek and the Cariboo regions, as well as southeastern British Columbia. With the network expansion, Rogers will provide more than 90 kms of new coverage, from Golden to Spillimacheen along Highway 95, and from Pine Pass to Chetwynd along Highway 97, says Rogers’s press release. The company is leveraging financial support from the provincially funded Connecting British...

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.