Our objective is to ensure that the regulatory framework enables sustainable competition that provides better prices and innovative services for Canadians, as well as continued investments in high-quality networks across Canada.
At this hearing, we will review three non-severable applications.
Today, the Internet Code came into force, providing Canadians with additional safeguards when subscribing to home Internet services. The Code will also help them resolve disputes with their Internet service provider (ISP).
Today, the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel presented its final recommendations to government in a report titled Canada’s communications future: Time to act.
The CRTC is extending its consultation period by one week for Canadians to submit their opinions on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Société Radio-Canada’s programming. This extension follows the submission of a study on public broadcasters in other jurisdictions, which has been added... Read More
Canadians will soon have access to a call blocking system that better protects themselves against unsolicited and illegitimate calls. The CRTC required telecommunications service providers to implement this system within their networks by December 19, 2019.