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L’enquête du CRTC incite Rogers à cesser de ralentir le trafic Internet (publié initialement le 10 août 2012)


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Aujourd’hui, le Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes
(CRTC) a fermé son enquête sur Internet de Rogers Communications
pratiques de gestion du trafic. Le CRTC est convaincu que Rogers a
répondu à ses préoccupations concernant la pratique de l’entreprise de ralentir
certains types de trafic Internet.

Le CRTC a examiné une plainte de la Canadian Gamers Organization. Une fois que
une mesure d’exécution a été lancée, Rogers a coopéré et a changé sa
pratique de gestion du trafic. L’entreprise a ensuite annoncé que son trafic
la politique de façonnage serait éliminée pour tous les clients d’ici décembre 2012.

“Nous sommes déterminés à faire en sorte que les Canadiens reçoivent une bonne valeur pour l’argent qu’ils consacrent aux services de communication », a déclaré Andrea Rosen, Chef de la conformité et de l’application des règlements du CRTC. “Les Canadiens ont exprimé leur préoccupations au sujet de certaines pratiques de gestion du trafic et nous avons agi sur leur. Nos efforts d’application contribuent à rendre plus fiable
Services Internet pour les consommateurs. ”

Selon la politique du CRTC, les fournisseurs de services Internet (FSI) sont encouragés
investir dans leurs réseaux pour faire face à l’augmentation du trafic en ligne. Devrait
d’autres mesures sont nécessaires, les FAI peuvent appliquer une certaine gestion du trafic pratiques pour empêcher ou répondre à la congestion du réseau. Dans les deux cas, un Les FAI doivent informer leurs clients à l’avance s’ils ont l’intention d’utiliser ces
les pratiques.

Le CRTC prend toutes les plaintes au sérieux et a mis en place un mécanisme d’exécution
processus pour assurer leur résolution en temps opportun.

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120628.htm

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers Communications, le 29 février 2012
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120229.htm

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers Communications, le 20 janvier 2012
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120120.htm

Communiqué de presse, “Le CRTC améliore le processus de règlement des plaintes pour Internet pratiques de gestion du trafic », 22 septembre 2011
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/com100/2011/r110922.htm

Comment déposer une plainte concernant votre service Internet
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/info_sht/t1043.htm

Le CRTC

Le CRTC est une autorité publique indépendante qui réglemente et supervise
radiodiffusion et télécommunications au Canada.

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L’enquête du CRTC incite Rogers à cesser de ralentir le trafic Internet (publié initialement le 10 août 2012)


Image result for Rogers Canada

Aujourd’hui, le Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes
(CRTC) a fermé son enquête sur Internet de Rogers Communications
pratiques de gestion du trafic. Le CRTC est convaincu que Rogers a
répondu à ses préoccupations concernant la pratique de l’entreprise de ralentir
certains types de trafic Internet.

Le CRTC a examiné une plainte de la Canadian Gamers Organization. Une fois que
une mesure d’exécution a été lancée, Rogers a coopéré et a changé sa
pratique de gestion du trafic. L’entreprise a ensuite annoncé que son trafic
la politique de façonnage serait éliminée pour tous les clients d’ici décembre 2012.

“Nous sommes déterminés à faire en sorte que les Canadiens reçoivent une bonne valeur pour l’argent qu’ils consacrent aux services de communication », a déclaré Andrea Rosen, Chef de la conformité et de l’application des règlements du CRTC. “Les Canadiens ont exprimé leur préoccupations au sujet de certaines pratiques de gestion du trafic et nous avons agi sur leur. Nos efforts d’application contribuent à rendre plus fiable
Services Internet pour les consommateurs. ”

Selon la politique du CRTC, les fournisseurs de services Internet (FSI) sont encouragés
investir dans leurs réseaux pour faire face à l’augmentation du trafic en ligne. Devrait
d’autres mesures sont nécessaires, les FAI peuvent appliquer une certaine gestion du trafic pratiques pour empêcher ou répondre à la congestion du réseau. Dans les deux cas, un Les FAI doivent informer leurs clients à l’avance s’ils ont l’intention d’utiliser ces
les pratiques.

Le CRTC prend toutes les plaintes au sérieux et a mis en place un mécanisme d’exécution
processus pour assurer leur résolution en temps opportun.

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120628.htm

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers Communications, le 29 février 2012
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120229.htm

Lettre du CRTC à Rogers Communications, le 20 janvier 2012
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/archive/2012/lt120120.htm

Communiqué de presse, “Le CRTC améliore le processus de règlement des plaintes pour Internet pratiques de gestion du trafic », 22 septembre 2011
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/com100/2011/r110922.htm

Comment déposer une plainte concernant votre service Internet
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/fra/info_sht/t1043.htm

Le CRTC

Le CRTC est une autorité publique indépendante qui réglemente et supervise
radiodiffusion et télécommunications au Canada.

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Guelph Federal Liberal Association in violation of Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules (Originally published August 24, 2012)


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L’Association paie une pénalité de 4 900 $ et entreprend une conformité complète
programme

OTTAWA-GATINEAU, le 24 août 2012 – Aujourd’hui, la radio-télévision canadienne
Conseil des télécommunications et des télécommunications (CRTC) a annoncé qu’un avis de Une infraction a été émise à l’Association libérale fédérale de Guelph («la
Association “) au nom de Frank Valeriote. L’avis de violation
Robocalls effectuées le 30 avril 2011, qui ne respectaient pas le
Règles de télécommunication non sollicitées. Dans le cadre d’un règlement, une pénalité
de 4 900 $, a été imposé. Les appels ont impliqué une publicité électorale
message et ont été faites au cours de la campagne électorale fédérale 2011 en
Guelph.

Les violations impliquaient un message préenregistré envoyé par l’Association
qui n’a pas réussi à identifier pour qui l’appel a été fait; fournir
informations de rappel nécessaires; et afficher le téléphone d’origine
numéro ou un autre numéro où l’expéditeur pourrait être atteint. le
les appels ont été effectués sur une période d’environ une heure.
“Nous apprécions que M. Valeriote et l’Association aient pleinement coopéré
avec notre enquête et engagé à se conformer aux règles à l’avenir
», a déclaré Andrea Rosen, chef de la conformité du CRTC.
Agent d’exécution. “Nous attendons des associations de partis politiques et
candidats qui se présentent aux élections pour mettre en place des garanties appropriées
lieu pour assurer le respect des règles. ”

En plus de payer une sanction administrative pécuniaire, l’Association
et M. Valeriote ont convenu de mettre en œuvre un programme de conformité
comprend:

• la reconnaissance de toutes les règles applicables et un engagement à se conformer pleinement
avec eux
• la nomination d’une conformité aux Règles sur les Télécommunications non sollicitées
officier
• un programme d’éducation et de formation pour les bénévoles
• rétention d’enregistrements appropriée
• mesures de conformité appropriées avec les fournisseurs de services tiers
• promotion d’une meilleure connaissance des télécommunications non sollicitées
Règles

Le CRTC applique les Règles sur les télécommunications non sollicitées afin de
réduire les appels non sollicités aux Canadiens. En vertu de son processus d’exécution,
Le CRTC peut discuter d’actions correctives avec des particuliers, des entreprises ou
organisations qui se livrent au télémarketing, ce qui peut mener à un règlement
cela comprend une amende et d’autres mesures correctives.
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Wireless Services Will Protect You More


Look into the future one-year – 9-1-1 services for your wireless device will upgrade.

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Bill C-43, the Economic Action Plan Act, No. 2, recently received Royal Assent. Some of the amendments adopted by Parliament grant new tools and responsibilities to the CRTC.


In particular, the CRTC can now issue monetary penalties to any company or person that violates the Telecommunications Act as well as related CRTC decisions or regulations. Monetary penalties are an addition to our toolkit. They will promote compliance with telecommunications laws and regulations. This will ensure Canadians have access to a world-class communication system—one in which there is sustainable competition and a choice of innovative content and services.

Monetary penalties also give the CRTC greater flexibility to tailor its enforcement approach to each situation and to the facts before it. In some cases, a monetary penalty might be the right approach. We will be providing further guidance in the coming weeks on how and when the CRTC intends to use this new power.

Changes to the Telecommunications Act and Broadcasting Act, under Bill C-43, have also prohibited providers from charging customers a fee to receive paper bills for wireless, Internet, telephone and television services. This includes undertakings that the CRTC has exempted from holding a broadcasting licence.

We are, however, conscious that some service providers may need to update their billing systems to automatically remove these charges. In the meantime, the Commission will consider operators to be in compliance if they manually make adjustments to customer bills in the earliest available billing cycle, through rebates or otherwise, thus reversing charges for paper bills. We encourage providers to work proactively with their customers to ensure the most efficient transition to implement this new legislative requirement.
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The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory
policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to
change without notice.

Broadcasting Decisions: 

Application by United Christian Broadcasters Canada for a broadcasting
licence to operate an English-language specialty FM radio station in
Windsor, Ontario http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2014/2014-189.htm#bm4

Application by Eternacom Inc. to renew the broadcasting licence for the
English-language specialty radio station CJTK-FM-3 Elliot Lake
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2014/2014-544.htm

Application by Cobequid Radio Society to operate an English-language
community FM radio station in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia
https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/instances-proceedings/Default-Defaut.aspx?Lang=e&YA=2014&S=C&PA=b&PT=PT1&PST=a#201406067

Telecom Decision:

Final 2014 revenue-percent charge and related matters
File number: 8695-C12-201402685 http://www.crtc.gc.ca/otf/eng/2014/8695/c12_201402685.htm

 

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CRTC recognized for its creative and innovative work on behalf of Canadians‏


September 16, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

At a ceremony held today at Rideau Hall, employees of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) were honoured with the Public Service Awards of Excellence. The CRTC was recognized in the areas of Official Languages, Employment Equity and Diversity, and Policy. Continue reading 
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CRTC issues 2014 report on state of Canadian broadcasting industry‏


September 4, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
today released information on the broadcasting sector from the 2014
Communications Monitoring Report.

The latest edition of this annual report indicates that Canadians are
watching television programming across multiple platforms. This resulted
in a modest increase in the overall average number of weekly television
viewing hours. Continue reading

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CRTC Publishes a Citizen’s Guide to Participating‏


September 2, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
published It’s Your CRTC! Your 5-minute Guide to Understanding and
Participating in Our Activities to inform Canadians about how to
participate in its activities and proceedings and why that’s important. Continue reading

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Last chance for Canadians to have their say on the future of television in Canada: Let’s Talk TV!‏


Last chance for Canadians to have their say on the future of
television in Canada: Let’s Talk TV!

August 21, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
today launched an online discussion forum
(http://consultation.crtc.gc.ca/en/consultation/19/help-shape-future-tv-canada)
for Canadians to have their final say on the future of the television
system. The forum will be open until September 19 – the final day of the
public hearing on Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians. Continue reading

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The CRTC enhances the protection of Canadian’s privacy by rendering the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) permanent‏


The CRTC enhances the protection of Canadian's privacy by 
rendering the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) permanent
 
June 25, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau
 
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
today announced that the registration of telecommunications numbers on the
National Do Not Call List (DNCL) will now be permanent.
 
Initially, number registrations with the National DNCL were for a set
amount of time, after which Canadians would have had to re-register their
numbers. This change enhances the CRTC’s ability to protect the privacy of
Canadians from unwanted telemarketing calls. Canadians can, at any time,
check the National DNCL to find out if their number is on the List and, if
they wish, have it removed.
 
The CRTC would like to remind telecommunications companies of the
importance of their role in maintaining the integrity of the National DNCL
and encourages the industry to keep working with the CRTC Interconnection
Steering Committee (CISC) to find an economic and viable mechanism to
remove from the List disconnected and reassigned numbers.
 
Over 12 million numbers are currently registered and, on average, 1,200
new numbers are still being added every day. The CRTC is continuing to
enhance its monitoring in order to ensure that all telemarketers follow
the rules. Since the creation of the National DNCL in 2008, the CRTC has
conducted 1,200 investigations and has imposed almost $4 million in
administrative monetary penalties, which are paid to the Receiver General
for Canada.
 
Quick facts
 
- The CRTC is improving the National DNCL by making registration
permanent.
- Canadians can remove their number from the National DNCL at any time.
- The CRTC reminds telecommunications companies of the importance of their
role in maintaining the integrity of the National DNCL.
- The CRTC is continuing to enhance its monitoring in order to ensure that
all telemarketers follow the rules.
 
Quote
"The National DNCL was created to respect the wishes of Canadians who do
not want to receive any more telemarketing calls. It therefore makes sense
that registration be made permanent in order to spare Canadians the
inconvenience of having to re-register their number on the List. We are
pursuing our efforts to ensure that telemarketers respect the wishes of
Canadians.”
- Jean-Pierre Blais, CRTC Chairman
 
Related product
 
Compliance and Enforcement Regulatory Policy CRTC 2014-341
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2014/2014-341.htm
 
Related link
 
Compliance and Enforcement Notice of Consultation CRTC 2013-527
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-527.htm
 
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Contacts
 
Follow us on Twitter: @CRTCeng
Media relations:
Media Relations – Tel.: 819-997-9403; Fax: 819-997-4245
General inquiries:
Tel.: 819-997-0313, TDD: 819-994-0423; Fax: 819-994-0218
Toll-free No.: 1-877-249-CRTC (2782)
TDD – Toll-free No.: 1-877-909-CRTC (2782)
Ask a question or make a complaint
 
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CRTC releases 2013 financial results for Canadian commercial radio‏



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June 3, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
today released statistical and financial information on the 685 commercial
radio stations operating in Canada for the broadcast year that ended on
August 31, 2013.

Revenues remained relatively stable from the previous year despite
competition from satellite, online and mobile services. Total revenues for
AM and FM stations increased by 0.26%, from $1.618 billion in 2012 to
$1.623 billion in 2013. These revenues enable commercial radio stations to
provide a variety of programming to Canadians, support established and
emerging Canadian talent, and offer employment opportunities to over
10,200 people. Continue reading 
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Speech – Raj Shoan to the National Conference of the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada‏



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Notes for an address

by Raj Shoan, Regional Commissioner for Ontario, Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

to the National Conference of the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

May 22, 2014

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Thank you for inviting me to offer my perspective on the theme of your conference—“Producing Content Creators”—an area of great interest to the CRTC and intense debate in the audio and video content industries.

We all want Canadian creative industries to thrive and prosper within the broadcasting system, providing opportunities for talented and skilled Canadians. And the Commission recognizes the valuable role educators play in realizing this goal. So I welcome this chance to meet with you today.

While I am a lawyer by trade, and have focused mostly on the regulatory side of the broadcasting and telecommunications industries, I have served on the Board of Directors of FACTOR, the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings. Continue reading

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CRTC recognized for its creative and innovative work on behalf of Canadians‏


CRTC recognized for its creative and innovative work 
on behalf of Canadians

June 19, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television 
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is
proud that its work is being recognized through the Public Service Awards
of Excellence. CRTC employees will be honoured at a ceremony this fall for
their creative and innovative work in the areas of Official Languages,
Employment Equity and Diversity, and Policy. 

CRTC employees will receive an award in the Official Languages category
for the high degree to which the use of English and French was promoted in
all aspects of the CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal proceeding. Throughout
the proceeding, the CRTC instituted measures to ensure that all Canadians
could be heard in the language of their choice and to foster the full
participation of official language minority communities. These measures
set a new standard, which have been emulated in subsequent CRTC
proceedings.

The CRTC’s long-standing commitment to support the integration of
developmentally-challenged employees in the workplace will also be
recognized. Since 1991, the CRTC has welcomed individuals who live with
Down syndrome or other developmental disabilities and has fostered a
stable, fulfilling and accepting workplace in which their unique needs are
addressed and respected. The CRTC’s Developmentally-Challenged Employees
Steering Committee will receive the Employment Equity and Diversity award
for its management of this initiative. 

Finally, CRTC employees will receive an award in the Policy category in
recognition of how it engaged Canadians in new and innovative ways to
develop a code of conduct for wireless service providers. The CRTC made
extensive use of social media and other technologies to engage Canadians
and ensure the public’s views were included in the discussion at a public
hearing. The result was a code of conduct that addresses many of the
frustrations that Canadians shared with the CRTC and that contributes to a
dynamic marketplace.

The CRTC is proud of the work it is carrying out to ensure Canadian
citizens, creators and consumers are at the centre of a world-class
communication system.

The CRTC congratulates all of this year’s award nominees and recipients
for their outstanding contributions to improving the lives of Canadians.

Quick Facts
• CRTC employees will be honoured at a ceremony this fall for their
creative and innovative work in the areas of Official Languages,
Employment Equity and Diversity, and Policy. 
• The CRTC is proud of the work it is carrying out to ensure Canadian
citizens, creators and consumers are at the centre of a world-class
communication system.

Related links
Public Service Award of Excellence 2014 recipients
(http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/arp/aepe14-eng.asp)

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Contacts

Follow us on Twitter: @CRTCeng

Media Relations:
Media Relations
http://support.crtc.gc.ca/crtcsubmissionmu/forms/mediarelations.aspx?lang=e
Tel: 819-997-9403, Fax: 819-997-4245

General Inquiries:
Tel: 819-997-0313, TDD: 819-994-0423, Fax: 819-994-0218
Toll-free # 1-877-249-CRTC (2782)
TDD - Toll-free # 1-877-909-CRTC (2782)
Ask a question or make a complaint
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/rapidsccm/register.asp?lang=e

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The CRTC publishes a report on Phase I of Let’s Talk TV: A conversation with Canadians


January 29, 2014 - Ottawa-Gatineau - Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission 

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
published a report today on what Canadians said in Phase 1 of Let’s Talk
TV: A conversation with Canadians.  Continue reading 
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News release: Turf Operations Group has paid a penalty of $200,000‏


CRTC announces that Turf Operations Group has paid a penalty of $200,000
for violating the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules

January 10, 2014 - Ottawa-Gatineau - Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
today announced that 1051080 Ontario Inc. has paid a penalty of $200,000
on behalf of itself and certain subsidiaries operating as Weed Man Ottawa,
Weed Man Montreal, Weed Man Hamilton, Weed Man Scarborough and Weed Man
Surrey (Turf Operations Group). This payment was made as part of a
settlement over violations to the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules. Continue reading 
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The CRTC is adopting a new framework for all television news services


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, December 19, 2013 —Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced new measures that will
ensure that Canadians can receive a wide range of Canadian television news
services and will have the option to subscribe to them à la carte. Continue reading 
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CRTC wireless code comes into force: Canadians can cancel their contracts without penalty after two years


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, December 2, 2013 — The Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today marked the coming into force of
its wireless code, which enables Canadians to cancel their contracts at no
cost after a maximum of two years. The code also makes it easier for
Canadians to understand their contracts for cellphones and other mobile
devices and sets out their basic rights. Continue reading 
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CRTC to introduce a new area code in southwestern Ontario in 2015


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, October 30, 2013 — The Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that it will introduce a
new area code in southwestern Ontario. Continue reading 
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CRTC to introduce a new area code in Alberta in 2016


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, October 30, 2013 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that it will introduce
a new province-wide area code in Alberta, which is presently served by
area codes 403, 587 and 780. Continue reading 
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CRTC invites comments on the future of 9-1-1 services

OTTAWA-GATINEAU, October 10, 2013 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) made public a report on 911
services and invited Canadians to share their views on its findings and
recommendations. The CRTC is also asking Canadians to identify and
prioritize the matters within its jurisdiction that should be addressed
regarding 911 services in Canada. Continue reading 
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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 23 to 27 September 2013


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory
policies in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to
change without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 12 to 16 August 2013


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 17 to 21 2013‏


CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 17 to 21 2013

The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice. Continue reading
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CRTC releases 2012 financial results for Canadian conventional television stations


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, June 13, 2013 —Today, the Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) released statistical and financial
information on Canadian conventional television stations for the broadcast
year ended August 31, 2012. These annual reports allow interested parties,
including Canadians, to stay informed about the state of the Canadian
communications industry. Continue reading 
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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 10 to 14 June 2013


CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 10 to 14 June 2013

The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.

Broadcasting Decisions:

Application by Shaw Television Limited Partnership
https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/instances-proceedings/Default-Defaut.aspx?S=C&PA=B&PT=PT1&PST=A&Lang=eng
to amend the broadcasting licence for the English-language television
service CKND-DT Winnipeg in order to add a digital transmitter to replace
its existing analog transmitter CKND-TV-2 Minnedosa

Application by TVtropolis General Partnership
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-106.htm#bm4 for authority to
acquire the assets of the national, English-language specialty Category A
service TVtropolis
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Canadians can cancel their wireless contracts after two years under new CRTC wireless code


Wireless code to help Canadians make informed choices and contribute to a
dynamic marketplace

OTTAWA-GATINEAU, June 3, 2013 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) issued a wireless code that will make
it easier for Canadians to understand their contracts and sets out their
basic rights. The code will apply to new contracts for cellphones and
other personal mobile devices starting on December 2, 2013.

“Every day, Canadians rely on wireless devices while in their homes, at
their jobs, at school or travelling abroad,” said Jean-Pierre Blais,
Chairman of the CRTC. “The wireless code will contribute to a more dynamic
marketplace by making it possible for Canadians to discuss their needs
with service providers at least every two years.”

The wireless code addresses the main frustrations that Canadians shared
with the CRTC, which included the length of wireless contracts,
cancellation fees, roaming charges and other industry practices. Among
other things, individual and small business consumers will be able to:

- terminate their wireless contracts after two years without cancellation
fees, even if they have signed on for a longer term 
- cap extra data charges at $50/month and international data roaming charges
at $100/month to prevent bill shock
- have their cellphones unlocked after 90 days, or immediately if they paid
for the device in full
- return their cellphones, within 15 days and specific usage limits, if they
are unhappy with their service
- accept or decline changes to the key terms of a fixed-term contract (i.e.,
2-year), and
- receive a contract that is easy to read and understand.

The wireless code will apply to all service providers in Canada. In
particular, the code will apply in full to postpaid services (where
customers pay a monthly bill after using their services), and where
applicable to pre-paid wireless services.

“The wireless code is a tool that will empower consumers and help them
make informed choices about the service options that best meet their
needs. To make the most of this tool, consumers also have a responsibility
to educate themselves,” Mr. Blais added. 

The participation of a large number of consumers and the collaboration of
the wireless industry will ensure the wireless code’s successful
implementation. The CRTC’s public consultation attracted over 5,000
participants, including individual Canadians, who shared their views on an
online discussion forum, in writing and at the public hearing held from
February 11 to 15, 2013.

For more information about the wireless code, please visit
www.crtc.gc.ca/wirelesscode.

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Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2013-271
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-271.htm

Wireless code
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/info_sht/t14.htm

Wireless code – Your rights as a consumer
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/info_sht/t15.htm

Infographic on the wireless code
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/info_sht/t16.htm

Video on the wireless code
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNuIejPTRGE&feature=youtu.be

Reference documents:

Notice of Consultation CRTC 2012-557
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2012/2012-557.htm

News release: “CRTC invites Canadians to participate in the development of a code 
for cellphones and other mobile devices” (October 11, 2012)
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/com100/2012/r121011.htm

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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 3 to 7 June 2013


CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 3 to 7 June 2013

The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.

Broadcasting Decision:

None

Telecom Decision:

Forbearance from the regulation of high capacity / digital data services
interexchange private line services on certain additional routes
File number: 8638-S1-01/98
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/partvii/eng/1998/8638-98.htm

Telecom Regulatory Policy:

The Wireless Code
File number: 8665-C12-201212448
https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/instances-proceedings/Default-Defaut.aspx?S=C&PA=T&PT=NC&PST=A&Lang=eng

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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 2 to 5 April 2013‏


CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 2 to 5 April 2013

The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 25 to 28 March 2013‏


CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the 
week of 25 to 28 March 2013

The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and regulatory policies in
the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 25 February to March 1st, 2013‏


CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies
 
The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting decision:
Application by Dufferin Communications Inc. for a broadcasting licence to
operate an English-language commercial FM radio station in
Clarence-Rockland
 
 
Telecom Decisions: Continue reading 
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CRTC Additional Information


Additional information on wholesale high-speed access services

In the late 1990s, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications
Commission (CRTC) decided that it would not intervene in Internet
services. There was enough competition to give Canadians choice. Internet
service providers set the rates paid by consumers, as well as other terms
and conditions, without having to obtain the CRTC’s approval. Continue reading

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CRTC finalizes wholesale rates for independent service providers‏


CRTC finalizes wholesale rates for independent service providers

 Today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

(CRTC) established final rates for the wholesale high-speed access

services used by independent service providers to offer competitively

priced Internet and other services. As a result of certain adjustments,
some independent service providers will see significant reductions in the

wholesale rates they pay.  Continue reading

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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 18 to 22 February 2013


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting decisions: Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 11 to 15 February 2013‏


CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 11 to 15 
February 2013
 
The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting decisions:
 
Application by 9262-8148 Québec inc.
(http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2012/2012-475.htm#bm14) for a
broadcasting licence to operate Télé Santé +, a national French-language
specialty Category B service 
 
Application by Canadian Hellenic Cable Radio Ltd.
(https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/instances-proceedings/Default-Defaut.aspx?S=C&PA=B&PT=PT1&PST=A&Lang=eng)
to change the authorized contours of the ethnic specialty commercial radio
station CKIN-FM Montréal
 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 14 to 18 January 2013


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting decisions:
 
Decisions relating to the following applications considered by the
Commission during the 10 September 2012 public hearing:
 
• Paul Girouard, OBCI
Applications 2012-0525-3
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2012/2012-370.htm#n11 
2012-0526-1 http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2012/2012-370.htm#n12 and 
2012-0527-9 http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2012/2012-370.htm#n13
 
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CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 7 to 11 January 2013‏


CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 7 to 11 January
2013
 
The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory
policies in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject
to change without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC increases the diversity of voices in the Montreal market


OTTAWA-GATINEAU — Today, the Canadian Radio-television and
Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved a new multilingual
television station to be called International Channel/Canal International
(ICI). The CRTC also approved an application by Rogers to acquire CJNT, an
ethnic television station, and authorized it to convert the station to an
English-language station.  Continue reading 
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CRTC to examine future of 911 services in Canada


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, December 17, 2012 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that it will examine
the future of 911 services in Canada. To prepare for the formal review in
2014-2015, the CRTC has appointed National Commissioner Tim Denton as an
Inquiry Officer and invites Canadians to share their views on how 911
services could be improved. Mr. Denton will report his findings to the
CRTC by the end of May 2013. Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies‏


CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 17 to 21 December
2012
 
The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting Decision: Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 10 to 14 December 2012


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice.
 
Broadcasting Decision:
 
Application by OUTtv Network Inc.
https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/instances-proceedings/Default-Defaut.aspx?S=C&PA=B&PT=PT1&PST=A&Lang=eng
alleging that TELUS Communications Company has subjected it to an undue
disadvantage or has given other programming services an undue preference 
 
Telecom Decision:
 
Revocation of basic international telecommunications services licences
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CRTC invites Canadians to comment on northern telecommunications services


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, December 6, 2012 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) launched a public consultation on
the telecommunications services that Northwestel provides to northern
Canadians. Following this consultation, a public hearing will be held on
June 17, 2013, in Inuvik, Northwest Territories and June 19, 2013, in
Whitehorse, Yukon. Continue reading 
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CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 3 to 7 December 2012


The CRTC plans to issue the following decisions and/or regulatory policies
in the coming week. This list may not be complete and is subject to change
without notice. Continue reading 
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CRTC addresses telephone number shortage in Ontario and Alberta


OTTAWA-GATINEAU, November 29, 2012 — Today, the Canadian Radio-television
and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) began a process to address a
predicted telephone number shortage in southern Ontario and all regions of
Alberta.  Continue reading 
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