The CRTC has launched a new industry Code for cable and satellite TV providers to adhere to, with regards to billing.
Last July, the CRTC announced that it was launching a public consultation to come up with a better answer as to how to help prevent Canadians from getting these annoying, unwanted phone calls.
The CRTC has put forth yet another ruling in favour of the little guys. Starting next year, the country’s largest internet service providers (ISPs) must share their high speed fibre networks with their smaller competitors. The ruling comes more than 6 months after the CRTC held public hearings where they heard from industry players, consumer advocates, municipal […]
The CRTC has issued a call to Canadians to assist in the testing of broadband internet speeds across the country. Interested parties can volunteer to participate in a project that will measure the performance of internet services offered by 10 different Canadian internet service providers. The results will let Canadians know what kind of speeds […]
In news that’s sure to please Canadians everywhere (particularly those of us still trapped in 3-year contracts with our wireless providers), the country’s most powerful telecomm companies have lost their court appeal over the final implementation date of the CRTC’s national wireless code. The code, which came into effect in December 2013, states that wireless […]
Consumers invited to comment on creation of Canadian TV Code of Conduct for service providers, by the CRTC.
Today, the CRTC determined it necessary to regulate the wholesale roaming rates of Canada’s three largest cell phone carriers in order to foster greater competition in the Canadian mobile market.
Today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) published its Three-Year Plan, setting out the key activities it intends to undertake from 2015 to 2018 in order to ensure that Canadians have access to a “world-class communication system”.