Let me start by thanking the WCT for its unflagging efforts to promote gender parity and diversity in the Canadian communications industry. While acknowledging the incredible accomplishments of women in the Canadian telecommunications and STEM industries, I want to focus my remarks on the role... Read More
The CRTC today acted to enhance Canadians’ access to potentially life-saving information during an emergency situation. As of April 6, 2018, all wireless service providers must distribute wireless public emergency alert messages on their LTE (long-term evolution) networks.
I am here to offer up a little flattery myself. You occupy a very important niche in the marketplace – particularly in rural and underserved regions of the country. Millions of Canadians count on Internet service providers (ISPs) like you to keep them connected to the rest of the country and the... Read More
The CRTC today launched a public process to ensure lower-cost data-only wireless plans are available to Canadians across the country, as part of its efforts to foster affordability, innovation and choice in the wireless market.
The CRTC announced today that it took part in a global initiative to fight illegitimate online marketing activities. The CRTC worked with 10 agencies from six countries to identify more than 200 international websites as having potential issues.
As you may be aware, the CRTC is an independent administrative tribunal responsible for regulating the activities of telecommunications service providers further to the Telecommunications Act. As such, the CRTC is required to make every decision with the goal of ensuring the fulfillment of the... Read More