Whoever Replaces Flaherty Will Become Harper's Heir Apparent

Whoever Replaces Flaherty Will Become Harper's Heir Apparent

Michael Bolen  03.18.2014
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty resigned from cabinet Tuesday, sparking renewed speculation about who will replace him. The next Finance...
Tories' Wireless Ads Confused Consumers: Study

Tories' Wireless Ads Confused Consumers: Study

Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press  03.18.2014
OTTAWA - The Harper government spent millions of dollars last fall on wireless competition ads that left annoyed consumers wondering what...
Inukshuk Wireless Can't Buy Wireless Spectrum: Minister

Inukshuk Wireless Can't Buy Wireless Spectrum: Minister

02.27.2014
Industry Minister James Moore has turned down a request from Inukshuk Wireless, a provider of wireless internet to rural and remote regions,...
Rift In Conservative Cabinet

Rift In Conservative Cabinet

Maria Babbage, The Canadian Press  02.12.2014
OTTAWA - Finance Minister Jim Flaherty opened a rift within the Conservative cabinet on Wednesday by casting doubt on the wisdom of using...
Big Telecom Is NOT Going To Be Happy About This

Big Telecom Is NOT Going To Be Happy About This

Sunny Freeman  02.11.2014
Canada’s Big Three wireless providers will no longer be able to charge their smaller competitors more than what their own customers pay...
Town Hall Is Reminder That Pipeline Agenda Will Cost Harper Government

Town Hall Is Reminder That Pipeline Agenda Will Cost Harper Government

02. 3.2014
This pipeline project will not survive public scrutiny. Enbridge and Kinder Morgan do not have, and will not have, our permission. We will...
Canada's Most-Lobbied Ministers

Canada's Most-Lobbied Ministers

01.28.2014
Canada’s Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz was the most-lobbied Cabinet minister for the second year running, meeting with several agricultural...
WATCH: Protester Heckles 'Lying Scumbag' Harper

WATCH: Protester Heckles 'Lying Scumbag' Harper

01. 8.2014
The prime minister's trip to British Columbia — a key battleground for the next federal election — has been, to put it lightly, eventful. On...
Dear James Moore, How Is Feeding the Neighbour's Kids a Bad Thing?

Dear James Moore, How Is Feeding the Neighbour's Kids a Bad Thing?

12.18.2013
When cabinet minister James Moore recently laughed about how it was not his or the government's job to feed his neighbour's children, the...
Meet The Man Changing Your Cellphone Bill

Meet The Man Changing Your Cellphone Bill

Althia Raj  12.17.2013
GATINEAU, QUE. — If you believe the headlines, Jean-Pierre Blais is the Canadian consumer’s friendliest ally. Since his appointment...
LOOK: Tory Minister Ripped Over Child Poverty Remarks

LOOK: Tory Minister Ripped Over Child Poverty Remarks

12.16.2013
James Moore apologized Monday for recent statements about child poverty that left some comparing the industry minister to the Grinch and...
Anti-Spam Law Arrives, 3 Years Late

Anti-Spam Law Arrives, 3 Years Late

Terry Pedwell, The Canadian Press  12. 4.2013
OTTAWA - It will be another six months before Canada's new anti-spam law begins to come into force, following its passage three years ago.Industry...
Moore To Wireless Companies: Use It Or Lose It

Moore To Wireless Companies: Use It Or Lose It

LuAnn LaSalle, The Canadian Press  11.14.2013
Telecom companies hoarding airwaves that could be used to provide more high-speed Internet service to rural Canadians have been given a...

Collection Agency Slammed With Hefty Fine

10.28.2013
One of the largest collection agencies in the country has been hit with a $500,000 fine from the CRTC, CBC News has learned. The federal...
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