Telus said it could have connected thousands of BC homes with Videotron 5G licenses
The company is in court challenging the western Canadian licenses awarded to Videotron.
Telecoms still working on fast track 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.
ISED experiencing workload burden from Universal Broadband Fund applications
The department managing telecommunications grants recommended offloading financial approvals and, in cases of political conflicts of interest, project selection to subordinates.
Shaw urging BC government to share cost of replacing poles
Issue of third-party carriers paying for refurbishment or replacement of poles to place equipment has been an underreported friction point for years.
Bell dinged for environmental hazards, challenges process
Bell goes to federal court to compel the release of documents related to penalties leveled against it for alleged violations related to halocarbons.
Telus blamed for delay on Shaw/Bell Cache Creek fibre project
BC Hydro said it wants to be more proactively involved on broadband projects after a miscommunication with Telus on a Shaw project.
Shaw in Ontario court to recover cost of stolen cell phones, tablets
Shaw is suing defendants who allegedly were involved in a heist of Freedom merchandise worth $8 million.