Telus says aspects of separate provincial consumer protection laws are encroaching on the federal CRTC's domain.
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The bank said internet service providers are less hesitant for loans, as Bell sought some this summer for its Universal Broadband Fund projects.
Broadband projects funded by the rapid response stream version of the $2.75-billion Universal Broadband Fund were supposed to be completed and providing service by November 15.
Bell goes to federal court to compel the release of documents related to penalties leveled against it for alleged violations related to halocarbons.
Shaw is suing defendants who allegedly were involved in a heist of Freedom merchandise worth $8 million.
Shaw is fighting a proposal that would allow BC Hydro to charge telecoms to use its wires to mount wireless equipment.
Deputy Minister of Finance, and former Board Chair of Infrastructure Bank, divested telecom shares in blind trust
The former Chair of the Board of the Infrastructure Bank was forced to divest his holdings in a number of companies, including Rogers and Shaw.
Rogers and Shaw will likely raise the T-Mobile and Sprint deal to regulators, U.S. analyst said.
Rogers has for years sought to raise its profile in Western Canada, and now seeks to add pressure on telco giant Telus by buying out its rival Shaw.
Eastlink launching new brand in B.C. called Wild Blueberry Internet with a single $60, 100 Mbps plan
Bragg Communications’ Eastlink filed a trademark for "Wild Blueberry Internet" on Feb. 15, an internet service provider whose only offering is a pre-paid $60 plan with 100 Mbps download, 10 Mbps upload and unlimited monthly data allowance.
Bell will speak with Toronto officials about an approved project that will leverage city resources to build a public broadband network.