Canada's largest telecommunications companies formally asked the federal cabinet on Wednesday to overturn a regulatory decision that slashes what they can charge their smaller competitors for access…
Federal lawmakers need to make foreign content providers, such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime, pay their fair share into producing Canadian content, Canada's broadcast regulator and
Consumers who yearn for more alternatives to Canada's large wireless carriers will have to wait longer, but in the meantime the CRTC has ordered the Big Three to offer consumers the optio
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.
Trans Mountain melee continues: Oral submissions continue next week as the National Energy Board considers a motion from Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC, which argues that the City of
Cellphone companies will soon no longer be allowed to charge customers to unlock their devices, Canada's telecom regulator said Thursday as it unveiled sweeping changes to the wireless co
With a recent rise of streaming opportunities on the internet, Canadians are dropping their cable subscriptions and are watching television shows online.