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Bell's buyout of MTS will be good for consumers, study argues.
MONTREAL - Cogeco Cable Inc. (TSX:CCA) says it will encourage Ottawa to allow the creation of a new type of wireless network
OTTAWA - Wireless carriers in Canada have been banned from imposing exclusivity conditions in contracts that forced smaller
Months after the federal government launched a $9-million advertising campaign announcing it wanted more competition and
REGINA - The CEO of SaskTel says he is heading to Ottawa to argue that new federal regulations are hurting the Crown corporation’s
Canada’s big telecom firms recently raised prices on wireless services, and the new plans all look very similar. That is
Canada’s Big Three wireless providers will no longer be able to charge their smaller competitors more than what their own
The federal government is spending $9 million on ads targeting Canada's cellphone companies, a government official says. Earlier
“The best [the industry] can say is we’re not as bad as the U.S.,” says Dwayne Winseck, a professor at Carleton University’s
What is it like to be a citizen in a digital age? And what type of nation are we in a digitized world? Many of us can't look away from our screens -- second screens, TV sets, mobile phones, desktops. We're increasingly disconnected from each, but we're hyperconnected through tweets, Facebook updates, messages and emails. Today we launch our Digital Divide series, and we start by asking, who are we leaving behind? Is access to broadband internet and literacy in technology crucial? Do we need to redefine what are basic needs?