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Wireless carriers brace for surge of expired contracts
Canada’s wireless carriers are quietly ramping up efforts to hang on to customers in the face of a June deadline that will spark a period of increased shopping around with millions of subscribers free from their contracts at once.
Posted on 4-01-2015 at 8:13 AM
Reports of Bell meddling with news coverage ‘disturbing’, CRTC chief says
The chairman of Canada’s broadcast regulator said it is “disturbing” to read allegations that the president of Bell Media intervened to exclude him from news coverage on CTV, the country’s largest private broadcaster.
Posted on 3-25-2015 at 3:42 PM
Wind Mobile replaces CEO, shakes up board
Wind Mobile is bringing on new leadership, replacing its CEO and naming three additional board members including a new chairman.
Posted on 3-23-2015 at 1:54 PM
CRTC promises pick-and-pay TV channels, slimmer basic bundle
Television viewers will be able to buy only the channels they want, one by one or in small packages, the federal broadcast regulator said Thursday – but not quite yet.
Posted on 3-19-2015 at 4:06 PM
Rogers settles ‘misleading advertising’ allegations over premium text services
Rogers Communications Inc. says it will offer credits or refunds to customers who were unknowingly charged extra for so-called premium text services – quizzes, games, horoscopes and ring-tones – as part of a deal to settle allegations from the Competition Bureau of “misleading advertising.”
Posted on 3-16-2015 at 8:53 AM
Canada's broadcast regulator to relax content rules on television
The CRTC is re-writing the rules that protect Canadian television programs, hoping it can nurture better, more popular shows by relaxing quotas that ensure blocks of the broadcast day are made in Canada.
Posted on 3-12-2015 at 1:27 PM
Take U.S. networks off Canadian airwaves, Bell Media urges
The president of Bell Media fired a broadside at the CRTC, saying its policies are hobbling the company’s profitability and suggesting that U.S. networks such as CBS, NBC and FOX should be kicked off the country’s airwaves.
Posted on 3-07-2015 at 10:50 AM
Handouts for new carriers ‘underscore government’s inefficient spectrum strategy’: Canaccord
Wind Mobile bolstered its spectrum by 180 percent for the bargain basement price of $56.4 million. That’s roughly a fifth of the $272 million price tag expected by Canaccord.
Posted on 3-06-2015 at 6:21 PM

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