The CRTC today announced that certain telecommunications providers will be able to access the wireless networks of Canada’s dominant providers to offer Canadians more choice and affordable options.
We welcome this opportunity to appear at the start of your study of the proposed acquisition of Shaw Communications by Rogers Communications. My remarks today will focus on explaining how the CRTC reviews transactions in the communications industry.
The CRTC’s Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer today announced a penalty of $75,000 to Scott William Brewer for violating Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL). It is alleged that Mr. Brewer sent hundreds of thousands of commercial emails without prior consent.
We welcome the opportunity to contribute to the Committee’s study of Bill C-10. We have been following with interest the debates in the House of Commons.
Today, the CRTC approved funding for seven transport projects from the CRTC Broadband Fund. Approximately 1,400 km of fibre transport networks will be built in northern Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia targeting 15 rural and remote communities representing almost 6,500 households, including... Read More
Today, the CRTC announced that seven transport projects will receive up to $57.7 million in funding from the Broadband Fund.