The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) welcomes the opportunity to summarize its limited, but important, role in ensuring Canadians have access to reliable and efficient public alerts.
Many successful productions or co-productions have come out of Manitoba in recent years, including Polar Bear Town, Vet to Go, Taken, Chacun sa route, Au Pays des Mitchifs, and Burden of Truth, to name just a few.
This partnership will support close cooperation and a coordinated approach in the enforcement of spam laws in both jurisdictions to limit the amount of unwanted emails received by Canadian and Japanese residents.
The CRTC today launched a survey to better understand why Canadians are consuming content in different ways. This survey is part of the CRTC’s consultation on the future of programming distribution in Canada.
Today, the CRTC is seeking the opinion of Canadians about additional information provided by the large French- and English- language television groups as part of the reconsideration of decisions to renew their television licences. The CRTC will gather comments until January 23, 2018.
I welcome this opportunity to spend time with members of the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group (CITIG) – valued CRTC partners who play a vital role in public safety.