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Big telcos set to hit many Canadians with internet price hikes

Rogers, Bell to raise rates, while Telus ends bundle discount - Canadians' thirst for fast, reliable internet service has surged in recent years, and so...

Bell and Rogers Tell the CRTC Netflix Should Fund Canadian Content

Bell and Rogers want the CRTC to have companies such as Netflix to fund investments in Canadian programming, but both differ in their proposals. Rogers...

‘The genie is out of the bottle’: Canadian broadcast industry clashes over regulations in...

The regulatory regime treats Netflix differently, exempting digital media from Canadian content quotas and funding — and no one can agree on how to...

Canadians Signing Up for Cheap, Pirated Live TV Subscription Services

An increasing number of Canadians are signing up for cheap, online pirated live TV channel subscriptions, which allow users to pay a small monthly fee...

To Protect Canadian Creators, Put Access To Piracy Sites Under CRTC Control

This provides a modern solution to promote the free flow of legal content in Canada, while making it harder for piracy sites to cause...

National | Canadian Government Suspends Right to Private Right of Action under CASL

Under Canada’s anti-spam law, or CASL, new provisions were to come into force on July 1 that would expose non-CASL compliant organizations to lawsuits...

New CRTC Chair Ian Scott’s Ties To Telecom ‘Raising Concerns

The federal government's pick to head up Canada's telecom watchdog has some observers wondering whether the days of a fiercely pro-consumer CRTC are coming...

Look in the Mirror and What Do You See? Not Enough Diversity, Says Report

The portrayal of Canada's diversity on television has improved over the last decade, but there's still a lack of programming representing people with disabilities...

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