Cable & Telecom

TPIA: TekSavvy wants Canadians to write their MPs, say “no” to broadband price hikes

CHATHAM, ON — Independent ISP TekSavvy is urging Canadians to voice their support for the CRTC’s decision in August to lower Internet prices by visiting its new website, called paylesstoconnect.ca, and writing their federal member of parliament. In a news release Monday, TekSavvy amped up its fight against incumbent telcos and cablecos, who have petitioned the federal cabinet to cancel the CRTC’s decision and obtained a stay of the decision from the courts (an earlier temporary stay was granted in October by the FCA). The incumbent have since filed review and vary applications with the CRTC in December. In August...
 

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.