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Senators asked to champion net neutrality in comms laws review

OTTAWA -- Lawmakers need to make net neutrality a major priority and imprint the principle into any new communications legislation, University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist and Carleton University communication studies professor Dwayne Winseck told Senators Tuesday. They suggested that politicians...


CRTC lets CCTS-avoiding telecoms off with a warning

The CRTC won’t take any punitive actions against six small telecoms for not joining the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS), since they have now become participants. The decision follows a proceeding launched by the CRTC asking BV Communications Inc., Connexio Inc., ICA...

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