Bell goes to federal court to compel the release of documents related to penalties leveled against it for alleged violations related to halocarbons.
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Shaw is suing defendants who allegedly were involved in a heist of Freedom merchandise worth $8 million.
The two telecom giants are requesting nearly $1.15 billion from the Universal Broadband Fund, which has attracted 1,900 applications worth $10.5 billion.
Emails show ISED analyst bothered by small carrier reaction to the minister's statement that CRTC's wholesale rate decision hurts large carrier investment.
Data for this year and last show the large telecoms requesting from the broadband funds of the federal and provincial governments and the telecom regulator nearly $100 million.
The telecom and broadcasting regulator waived Part II licensing fees worth $36.5 million impacting 242 companies during the pandemic.
Innovation Canada said it has received 576 applications for the rapid response part of the Universal Broadband Fund.
Xplornet signed a two-year extension to use Telesat's Anik F2 satellite after federal government pressure to avoid ending service on December 31.
Bell's chief legal and regulatory officer Robert Malcolmson said the company allocated to its media operation $71M of the $122.8M it received in federal wage subsidies.
The $203-million Nunavut fibre project, originally announced in August 2019, won’t know what route it will take until the summer or fall of this year.