Category: CRTC

Rivalrous Behaviour vs. Competition

The CRTC’s current wholesale access proceedings have featured just about every possible variant on special pleading imaginable. All the arguments of past years have been recycled, and perhaps some new ones trotted out. This applies both to the incumbents and

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FTTP: The Battle for the Future

The CRTC has spent the past week in the first of two weeks of hearings on wholesale access by third parties to incumbent telco and cablecos facilities in order to compete for customers of retail services (internet, telephony, television). This

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Not Just Roaming: CRTC Hearings on Wireless

The CRTC has wrapped up its hearings on wireless policy. This was the second round of the of three major CRTC policy hearings this fall (the other two are Let’s Talk TV, in which the public hearings have concluded, and

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When will the CRTC Assert Jurisdiction over the Internet?

  The CRTC has backed off from attempting to enforce its claims to jurisdiction over Netflix and Google. The broadcast regulator has lived to fight another day. The question that poses itself as a result is: if not now, when

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Let’s Talk TV with the CRTC

Let’s Talk TV with the CRTC The CRTC is in the midst of an important series of hearings. These hearings are on the future of the regulation of Canadian TV, the wholesale access to wireless services, and the policies that

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