Cable & Telecom

TPIA: Federal Court grants incumbents leave to appeal, and a stay of CRTC’s wholesale rates decision

OTTAWA – The judicial process against the CRTC’s August decision on the final rates for aggregated wholesale high-speed access (HSA) service will go forward – and the decision’s application will remain suspended pending a ruling from the Federal Court of Appeal.This means that the rates in force today are the interim ones set in 2016 and retroactive payments set out in the summer decision are suspended, pending the court’s decision.The FCA had already granted a temporary stay on October 1st.Justice Richard Boivin determined “the implementation of the CRTC Order that could result in a permanent market distortion which would be...

Our industry and COVID-19

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