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Yukon’s fibre-to-the-home assets now Indigenous-owned

For the first time in Canada, the majority of a province or territory's in-community fibre assets are now Indigenous-owned.  Northern Canada's telecommunications provider Northwestel announced...

Ontario government to invest $150 million into rural area network development

Ontario to invest $150 million into bringing better connectivity to rural areas.

Huawei Global Analyst Summit: Fibre is gold

Building infrastructure of any kind isn't cheap, and building communications infrastructure can be especially challenging. Yet carriers can't afford not to build out capacity;...

Hashtag Trending – Rising sea levels endanger buried fibre; Samsung teams up with Nasa; Best Buy shares its secrets

Rising sea levels are putting buried fibre at risk, Samsung teams with NASA to create a VR lunar experience, and Bloomberg dives into how...

The Manitoba Connection

Manitoba Hydro Telecom (MHT) is a facilities-based carrier class telecom service provider, offering a suite of wholesale products to carriers, wireless operators, private and public corporations,...

Zayo will operate Allstream as 3 business units

Zayo plans to operate three distinct business units in Canada; one for the fibre network and colocation services, one for voice/unified communications, and one for small business

Why the CRTC’s latest move shows Canada’s fibre connectivity still needs more work

The regulator recently opened up fibre Internet services to more ISPs - but there is more work to do in this area, according to OECD figures.

CRTC rules in favour of Internet providers

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ruled that telecommunications carriers and cable providers must provide wholesale services to independent ISPs at the same speeds at which they provide service to their retail customers. They are allowed to mark the prices up 10 per cent.

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