Bell Canada has declared war on independent competitors, appealing the CRTC's Essential Services decision. Bell, which is now throttling wholesale Internet services, argues that there is no need for regulation since there is enough competition in the phone and Internet markets.
Archive for April 3rd, 2008
Canwest reports that a Montreal couple has won a legal fight over a Telus three-year wireless contract. The judge cancelled the contract and awarded damaes since Telus "appeared to be unconcerned" by the matter.
Canadian Heritage Minister Josee Verner appeared yesterday before a Senate committee on C-10, acknowledging that there are only two films (which she could not name) that would not have received funding over the past five years under the proposed plan to grant her discretion to deny tax credits for "offensive" […]