The federal government is taking more steps to ensure rural parts of the country won’t be left behind urban centres that are getting high-speed Internet services. Industry Minister James Moore issued a warning
As organizations increasingly shift to letting staff bring their own mobile devices, carrier policies and pricing of devices and plans becomes increasingly important. That’s putting the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the
Four Canadian carriers are coming together in a $50 million, seven-year project that will see the deployment of wireless communications service in Montreal’s subway network. The plan to provide wireless service to Société
Opponents to the federal government's wireless telecom policy have gained support from a conservative think tank that agrees Ottawa's rules for the upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction handicap the country's three biggest carriers.
Until now the wireless war has been duelling spokesmen. Now it's fighting Web sites.Tired of being outnumbered by its critics, which include CEOs of major telecommunications companies, a union, some academics and
For weeks the Harper government has been attacked by officials from BCE Inc.’s Bell Canada, Rogers Communications and Telus Corp. over its wireless policies now that Verizon Communications is looking to get into
The country’s two biggest phone companies delivered another quarter of sold financial results driven by soaring wireless business. Telus Corp. said Thursday it added 100,000 net new postpaid subscribers in the quarter ending
OMG! There’s an issue that has united (some of) management and unions against the Harper government. And that issue is … wait for it … telecommunications policy. Yes, the thought of Verizon Communications