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Canadians aren't aware of a CRTC decision that makes more competition less likely.
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The children of three SaskTel managers were paid $200 an hour to help prepare set-top boxes for shipping to consumers, a court in Regina heard Wednesday. Three former managers at the telecom — Dan Cri...
REGINA - The CEO of SaskTel says he is heading to Ottawa to argue that new federal regulations are hurting the Crown corporation’s bottom line.SaskTel has released its annual report showing net income...
Canada’s big telecom firms recently raised prices on wireless services, and the new plans all look very similar. That is, unless you live in Manitoba, Quebec or Saskatchewan. The recent price changes...
The right-wing supporters of "free enterprise" in Canada claim to favour choice. Except if that choice includes a publicly-owned company to provide your cellphone and other telecommunications service. Two weeks ago my union called on the Harper Conservatives to establish a Crown corporation to fulfill this objective. We were promptly mocked by right-wing voices.
So far, Canada’s telecom worker union has been — oddly enough — on the same side as the telecoms themselves in the great battle over Verizon. But that probably won’t extend to the union’s latest idea....
Every Canadian who has signed up to a cell phone contract in the last year, or who intends to sign one before December, will be forced to remain in that contract beyond June 2015, or pay a hefty cancellation fee. As we move forward to fix our broken cell phone and telecom market we recommend Canadians hold off until December to get a new cell phone to ensure you can benefit from the new two year contract limits. If Big Telecom is successful in their court case those who sign up before December might be stuck in a restrictive contract until nearly 2017.
Traffic throttling may be on its way out in Canada, but Internet users who are into file-sharing may have to put up with the controversial practice for some time yet. According to data from an Interne...
REGINA - All schools on First Nations in Saskatchewan will have access to high-speed Internet by the end of 2014.SaskTel and the provincial and federal governments announced they will fund the project...