Moore To Every Premier: Let's Tear Down These Barriers

Moore To Every Premier: Let's Tear Down These Barriers

Sue Bailey, The Canadian Press  08. 8.2014
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Federal Industry Minister James Moore says he's pushing for agreement among all premiers by the end of the year to break...
Ottawa To Shut Out Large Players From Wireless Auction

Ottawa To Shut Out Large Players From Wireless Auction

David Paddon, The Canadian Press  07. 7.2014
TORONTO - The federal government offered a new source of hope for Canada's small wireless companies on Monday, giving them a shot at high-quality...
Pipeline Protesters Lock Doors To B.C. Tory MP Offices

Pipeline Protesters Lock Doors To B.C. Tory MP Offices

06.24.2014
Chains and padlocks greeted workers at the constituency offices of two B.C. Conservative MPs Tuesday, as opponents of the Enbridge Northern...
Blown Chances, Bogus Claims and Blatant Hypocrisy: Why Yesterday Was a Disastrous Day for Canadian Privacy

Blown Chances, Bogus Claims and Blatant Hypocrisy: Why Yesterday Was a Disastrous Day for Canadian Privacy

06.11.2014
Bills C-13 and S-4, the two major privacy bills currently working their way through the legislative process, both reached clause-by-clause...
Canada, Let's Tear Down These Trade Walls

Canada, Let's Tear Down These Trade Walls

06. 8.2014
Ever wonder why some Canadian small businesses have a harder time selling their goods in the next province than they do in Europe? That's...
Ouch! B.C. MP Mocks Adrian Dix

Ouch! B.C. MP Mocks Adrian Dix

05.14.2014
B.C. Premier Christy Clark and her Liberal party are celebrating the one-year anniversary of their comeback election victory over the Opposition...
$9-Million Gov't Ads Lead To 'Nothing'

$9-Million Gov't Ads Lead To 'Nothing'

05. 7.2014
Months after the federal government launched a $9-million advertising campaign announcing it wanted more competition and lower prices in...
Canada's New Privacy Legislation Fails

Canada's New Privacy Legislation Fails

04.11.2014
This week, Industry Minister James Moore quietly tabled a new Digital Privacy Act in the Senate. The proposed legislation should safeguard...
Tories Vow 'Digital Privacy Act'

Tories Vow 'Digital Privacy Act'

LuAnn LaSalle, The Canadian Press  04. 4.2014
WATERLOO, Ont. — The federal government has outlined its digital strategy for Canadians, with one of its main initiatives to ensure access...
Moore Scolds Canadian Firms Affected By Russian Sanctions

Moore Scolds Canadian Firms Affected By Russian Sanctions

Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press  03.27.2014
OTTAWA - Industry Minister James Moore says he can offer sympathy but little help to Canadian firms affected by sanctions against Russia,...
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

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...
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