Canada Is Finally Doing Something to Bring Down Mobile Data Costs
Minister Navdeep Bains has directed the CRTC to reconsider its decision on MVNOs.
Canada Has Some of the Most Expensive Data In the World, and That’s Not OK
The CRTC reviews the Wireless Code starting Monday.
CRTC to Big Telecoms: 'Abuses of Power in the System Will Not Go Unchecked’
Will the regulator live up to its strong words?
Most of Canada’s Biggest Telecoms Want to End Net Neutrality
The CRTC is debating on Monday.
Rogers Keeps Canadians In the Dark About Unconstitutional Surveillance Requests
Rogers complied with 97 percent of government and police requests last year.
Are Canadian ISPs as Fast as They Claim? The Government Is Trying to Find Out
4,500 canadians volunteered for the government's first national speedtest. A report will be released in the spring.
The Canadian Federal Police Spent $1.6 Million on an Unconstitutional Spying Program
The RCMP kept surveilling Canadians after the Supreme Court told them to stop.