Bell Mobility Needs to Include Streaming TV in Data Charges says Federal Court of Appeal

Bell Mobility’s attempt to be able to provide customers with streaming TV without charging them for data used is dismissed by the Federal Court of Appeal.

CRTC Introduces the Independent Local News Fund with $23 Million to Support Local TV News Coverage

The CRTC has introduced the Independent Local News Fund with $23 Million to support local TV news coverage.

CRTC Signs On With Global Partners to Combat Spam

The CRTC has signed a memorandum with global partners to combat unsolicited telecommunications.

4 Provinces to Receive New Area Codes, Introducing 10-digit Local Dialing in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador

New area codes are coming to various areas in Canada, introducing 10-digit dialing in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador.

CRTC to Review if Skinny Bundles are Following ‘the Spirit’ of the New Basic Cable Policy

CRTC is going to hold a review to see if skinny cable packages are following ‘the spirit’ of the new basic cable policy.

Study Says New Brunswick has the Fastest Download Speeds in Canada and the Yukon, the Slowest

The CIRA has found that the fastest Internet speeds in Canada are on the East coast and the slowest in the West.

66,000 Canadians Have Signed Up for New Basic Skinny TV Packages

66,000 viewers in Canada have subscribed to the new basic TV packages now available from TV service providers for about $25 per month.

CRTC Begins Three-Week Hearing on Internet Services in Canada, Looking at Whether High-Speed Services Should be Considered a Right

Today, the CRTC began its three-week hearing on Internet Services in Canada, looking at whether high-speed Internet should be deemed a basic right.

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