Post Tagged with: "telecom"

Ottawa Citizen on Wireless in Canada

Following on the Montreal Gazette editorial, the Ottawa Citizen has published a lead editorial lamenting high prices and lack of competition.  The editorial is supportive of the new complaints commission, but concludes that "there's a long way to go."

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July 30, 2007 3 comments News

The High Cost of Canadian Wireless

The National Post featured a revealing article on the weekend featuring comments from both RIM and Google about the high prices associated with Canadian wireless services, particularly the cost of the data.  The numbers in the article point out that Canada is not even close to being competitive with countries […]

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July 8, 2007 36 comments News

The Art of Telecom Lobbying

Dierdre McMurdy, who is becoming a true must-read on political and lobbying side of telecom reform, has an interesting piece in today's Ottawa Citizen that provides a scorecard for the players in the current round of telecom lobbying efforts.

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June 25, 2007 Comments are Disabled News

CRTC Chair Von Finckenstein on Broadcast and Telecom

CRTC Chair Konrad Von Finckenstein has had a busy week with major speeches on broadcast and telecom.

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June 14, 2007 3 comments News

Industry Committee Recommends Withdrawal of Telecom Reform Plan

The Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology today tabled its report on telecom deregulation.  The report is very short (one paragraph) and to the point.  The Committee: recommends that the Minister of Industry withdraw the order varying Telecom Decision CRTC 2006-15 and table in Parliament a comprehensive package of […]

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March 30, 2007 2 comments News