The Ontario Government has announced plans to introduce new consumer protection legislation to increase transparency on wireless plans and to establish some contractual limitations. The wireless industry has indicated it would prefer a national code of practice. I wrote about the issue last year during the provincial election campaign.
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A new Ontario Private Member’s bill introduced by MPP David Orazietti focused on wireless services would establish new transparency requirements and mandate unlocking cellphones upon contract expiry. The key provisions of Bill 133 include: a long list of disclosure requirements related to the costs associated with service plans, advertisements, roaming […]
The Ontario Government's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has launched a consultation on the Canada – European Union Trade Agreement. The consultation is geared to business, seeking specific responses to business barriers to trade.
The Canadian Press reports that the Ontario government is adding Internet safety to the provincial elementary school curriculum.
The Ontario Ministry of Education has reportedly agreed to pay about $16 million in retroactive copyright fees to Access Copyright. The fees arise as a result of a recent Copyright Board decision.