On November 28, provincial emergency management organizations will conduct public alerting tests across Canada. As such, test alerts should appear on every updated and compatible mobile device connected to an LTE (long-term evolution) wireless network in participating provinces and territories.... Read More
It’s not every day that I can talk to people from sectors as wide-ranging as banking, utilities, telecommunications, law firms and collection agencies at a single event. So, I welcome the opportunity to meet with such a diverse group of people involved in the accounts receivable management... Read More
The CRTC today announced that it is taking action to address increasing complaints about Internet services. Canadians are invited to share their views on the creation of a mandatory code of conduct for Internet service providers.
As many of you know, prior to my appointment at the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), I spent much of my career working in broadcasting as a lawyer and media executive. I have worked for small and large players, Canadian and international companies, television,... Read More
We all used to think of broadcasting primarily in terms of fixed cable networks. Now more Canadians than ever watch or listen to content on digital devices from digital platforms.
My name is Scott Hutton and I’m the Executive Director of Broadcasting for the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission – the CRTC. Joining me today are my colleagues Neil Barratt, Director of Electronic Commerce Enforcement, and Rachelle Frenette, Senior Legal Counsel.