Expert says CRTC’s data plan proposals for telcos are ‘misguided’

This week, the Canadian Radio and Telecommunication Commission has been holding a review with major Canadian network operators to discuss...

February 21st, 2020 Tom Li

Bell petition to cabinet: cheaper wholesale internet ‘yield no real benefits for Canadians’

Bell Canada has filed a petition to the cabinet in its latest effort to overturn the new internet wholesale rates...

November 15th, 2019 Tom Li

5 Lessons podcast for web

5 Lessons from New Technology Leaders: Jessie Adcock, CTO, City of Vancouver

If anyone personifies what the future CIO of major cities around the world might look like, City of Vancouver Chief...

November 21st, 2018 Brian Jackson

Don’t immediately expect faster wireless speeds with Shaw’s recent Wind acquisition: OpenSignal

Shaw Communications Inc.’s recent $1.6 billion purchase of Wind Mobile Corp. won't automatically translate into a wireless speed boost for its user base,...

December 17th, 2015 Ryan Patrick

Opposition mounts to Shaw-Rogers spectrum deal

Opposition mounts to Shaw-Rogers spectrum deal

Opposition is mounting to a spectrum deal with Shaw Communications Inc, which gives Rogers Communications first crack at buying Shaw’s...

January 22nd, 2013 Howard Solomon

Shaw wins Internet deal with city of Winnipeg

Shaw wins Internet deal with city of Winnipeg

Shaw Communications has scored a big win in its campaign to extend its services to municipalities.The Calgary-based cableco won a...

May 16th, 2012 Howard Solomon

Cisco bridges Wi-Fi, cellular nets

Cisco bridges Wi-Fi, cellular nets

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- At Mobile World Congress this week Cisco Systems Inc. unveiled equipment designed to provide cellular-like roaming among...

February 28th, 2012 Jim Duffy

CRTC offered few compromises at rates hearing

CRTC offered few compromises at rates hearing

Perhaps to no one’s surprise, the country’s residential Internet providers have left the federal telecommunications regulator with no unified position...

July 19th, 2011 Howard Solomon

Incumbents fire back at UBB critics

Incumbents fire back at UBB critics

Canadian carriers fired back at opponents of usage-based billing at parliamentary committee meeting Thursday, with one saying the one per...

February 10th, 2011 Dave Webb