Cindy Watson

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Bell deploys wireless in Alberta

Companies in Alberta will soon be able to receive new Internet protocol (IP) services and offerings from Bell Canada, as the telco on Wednesday announced the deployment of a fixed wireless broadband solution in the province.

Survey finds CIOs

A recent survey of Canadian CIOs finds that while there won

MTS settles with Bell for $75 million

Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (MTS) on Friday announced it would sign a $75 million settlement deal with BCE Inc., in a move to resolve recent lawsuits that Bell had brought against the firm.

CAAST, BSA collect from Ontario companies

Three Ontario-based companies on Tuesday settled with the Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft (CAAST) and the Business Software Alliance (BSA), agreeing to pay a combined total of more than $88,000 in damages.

Survey: CIOs ‘cautious’ about IT hiring

A recent survey of Canadian CIOs finds that while there won't be a whole lot of IT hiring in Canada over the next quarter, there won't be many layoffs either.

MTS closes Allstream deal

Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. (MTS) announced it has completed its purchase of Allstream Inc., despite what appears will be an ongoing battle with Bell Canada.

Nortel: No date for restatement

In the first of its bi-weekly updates required by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), Nortel Networks Corp.'s CEO Bill Owens said that while the company intends to "get through the accounting restatement in good shape," the company can't say when it will have the restatements of accounts for 2003 and the first quarter of 2004 completed.

Sony halts PDA launches in Canada

In response to a lingering market, Sony of Canada Ltd. has announced it will hold off on launching its next generation of PDAs in Canada until the end of the year.

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