SWIFT has filed a petition to the Governor in Council seeking a review of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC) decision to restrict municipal governments and regional initiatives access to federal broadband funding while relaxing eligibility standards for private
SWIFT is seeking a review of the CRTC Broadband Fund eligibility criteria and requesting that modifications be made to increase access to funding for all underserved Canadians.
When the CRTC declared broadband a basic telecommunications service in December 2016, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture joined prominent leaders in government, business, and industry in applauding the move by
After more than a year and a half of hearings and consultations with Canadians, advocacy groups, and service providers from across the country, the Canadian Radio Television and Communications Commission
Modern telecommunications services, in particular broadband Internet, play an important role in the lives of Canadians. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is asking for your input through a short
Earlier this autumn, The Globe and Mail reported that BCE Inc. (Bell Canada) was appealing to the newly-elected Trudeau government to overturn the CRTC’s summer 2015 ruling that set out
Late last week, the CRTC released its ruling on broadband competition (Decision 2015-326), which lays out the early foundation for the regulator’s plans to ensure that all Canadians have access