The deal follows the end of a deal between Rogers and Vice earlier this year
A Bank of Canada speech, Statistics Canada job figures and WestJet earnings are among the stories to watch this coming week in Canadian business.
Prominent members of Canada's entertainment industry are calling for a new federal agency to locate and shut down websites that are portals for illegally obtained video and audio content.
The service will initially be available in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia starting Dec. 4.
Unifor, the union representing on-air and broadcasting technicians at 17 CTV stations, says Ottawa CTV 2 hosts Melissa Lamb and Lianne Laing are among those affected.
Telecom and media giant BCE Inc. says it will buy Canadian home security service AlarmForce Industries Inc. in a deal worth about $166 million.
Wireless connectivity speeds in Nunavut may see a 20-fold increase thanks to a long-term contract between an Ottawa-based satellite operator and Bell Canada.
CENGN aims to facilitate the commercialization of next-generation networks such as 5G connectivity.
Internet and mobile providers must invest in infrastructure to keep up with a booming consumer appetite for entertainment both at home and on the go, Bell Canada Enterprises CEO George Co
Bell Canada says it's on the cusp of launching a new streaming product to attract customers who prefer to watch video such as Netflix through the Internet instead of traditional TV services.