Smaller internet service providers are cautiously optimistic about the new telecom policy directives unveiled by the federal government that are aimed at the Canadian Radio-television and…
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has approved Rogers Communications' acquisition of Shaw Communications' broadcasting services, but will force the company to meet a s
Federal government managers and employees have been advised to take precautions to manage the load on communications systems as Canadians shift to remote working conditions during the novel coronav
The CEO of Rogers Communications Inc. says that Canada's wireless industry has not fully matured and still needs "careful nourishing" as it makes huge investments in fifth-generation networks
Canadian advertisers say Super Bowl marketing is being shaken up after the conclusion of a years-long battle over the precious airtime during the annual football spectacle.
Ottawa city council will not echo Toronto and Calgary in supporting a controversial decision that forces big telecom companies to share their high-speed Internet lines.
One Ottawa councillor’s attempt to rally support for a controversial ruling on high-speed Internet providers may prompt debate on whether the city should build its own municipal broadband
Eugene Haslam is not known for being a man of few words, so a recent Facebook post from the owner of the popular York Street nightclub Zaphod Beeblebrox caught many by surprise not only for