CRTC News

All things CRTC from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

CRTC issues licence suspension in Bell v. TVA Group

The CRTC has suspended the broadcasting licence for TVA Sports, but says the suspension will only go into effect if TVA Sports' signal is...

Injunction restores TVA Sports to Bell TV customers

A court order has compelled Quebecor to restore access to its French-language TVA Sports channel for Bell TV customers, after defying two CRTC directives...

TVA Sports goes dark on Bell TV amidst Quebecor carriage dispute

TVA Sports has gone dark on Bell TV in Quebec, amidst an ongoing carriage dispute between Bell and Quebecor. In an update for subscribers posted...

CRTC and RCMP execute search warrants in remote access malware investigation

The CRTC and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) National Division have executed separate search warrants at a home in the Greater Toronto Area...

CRTC launches review of mobile wireless market

The CRTC is launching a review of the mobile wireless market to determine whether further action is required to improve choice and affordability for...

ISED proposes new CRTC direction putting consumer first

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Min. Navdeep Bains is proposing a new direction for the CRTC that puts the Canadian consumer first. Bains' proposed policy...

CRTC invites public to weigh in on ISP code of conduct

The CRTC is inviting Canadians to share their views on its Facebook page until Mar. 4 on the possible creation of a mandatory code of conduct for internet...

Critics say CRTC telco report lacks accountability, commitment

Critics say while the CRTC report on misleading and aggressive telecom sales practices acknowledges there's a problem, it stops short of committing to any...

CRTC finds misleading telco sales practices occurring to an “unacceptable degree”

The CRTC says it will implement a nationwide secret shopper program, among other measures to be considered, to try to combat misleading sales practices...

TekSavvy questions data omissions in CRTC report

TekSavvy has issued a letter to the CRTC questioning the quality of its 2018 Communications Monitoring Report. Published on Dec. 20, 2018, the Chatham, ON-based...
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