Today, test alerts will be sent to compatible LTE (long-term evolution)-connected mobile devices in eight provinces and two territories. These test alerts will also be distributed on television and radio in the following provinces and territories.
On May 7, test alerts will be sent to compatible LTE (long-term evolution)-connected mobile devices in Quebec and Ontario. These test alerts will also be distributed on television and radio in those provinces.
The CRTC announced today that the companies 9118-9076 QUÉBEC INC. and 9310-6359 QUÉBEC INC., operating as 514-BILLETS, whose main business activity is ticket resale for sporting and cultural events, have agreed to an undertaking to resolve alleged violations of Canada's anti-spam... Read More
Wireless and broadcasting service providers will conduct a nationwide public alerting test during Emergency Preparedness Week, which is from May 6 to 12. During this process, every compatible mobile device connected to an LTE (long-term evolution) network in the targeted provinces and territory... Read More
At this hearing, we will consider licence renewal applications for a number of services that have mandatory distribution on the basic service in accordance with section 9(1)(h) of the Broadcasting Act. We are examining whether these services, whose licences expire on August 31, 2018, should... Read More
Today, the CRTC is inviting Canadians to share their opinions on applications received to operate a multilingual, multi-ethnic channel with mandatory distribution across Canada.