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.
BC Hydro anticipates constitutional challenge if CRTC given domain over utility structures
BC Hydro expects a possible legal challenge on constitutional grounds if CRTC gets jurisdiction over its poles.
Shaw is fighting a BC Hydro proposal to charge for wireless equipment on utility wires
Shaw is fighting a proposal that would allow BC Hydro to charge telecoms to use its wires to mount wireless equipment.
Innovation stressed importance of wholesale rates for “competitive options” in December roundtable
Federal officials said correctly setting wholesale rates would be critical for competition, affordability and network investment.
Feds thought site blocking order would “reduce pressure” for online piracy tools in copyright review
The federal government found the website-blocking order to ease the burden of having to implement piracy measures in the Copyright Act.
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.
SpaceX’s journey to Canada: two years of meetings, Privy Council involvement, pestering ISED for regular updates
The journey to Canada was years in the making for SpaceX — a hard-charging approach to lobbying. How will Canada’s Telesat fare with an aggressive and rich competitor?