House of Commons
Shaw Tells MPs: Telus and Globalive Working Together Like ‘Geppetto’ and ‘Pinocchio’
Executives from Rogers and Shaw told MPs on Wednesday that their deal will ultimately increase competition in Canada's telecom sector
House of Commons Committee to Launch Second Public Hearing into Rogers-Shaw Deal
The House industry and technology committee will reportedly call another public hearing into the $26 billion Rogers-Shaw merger before the end of this month
Apple ‘Condemned’ by House of Commons for Restricting AirDrop in China
Apple last month restricted the "Everyone" option for AirDrop to 10 minutes in China, where it was being used to avoid government censors and organize protests
‘No Evidence’ ArriveCAN App Causing Problems at Borders, Says Transport Minister
Omar Alghabra told the House of Commons transport committee that "there is no evidence whatsoever" of ArriveCAN causing problems at borders.
Public Safety Minister Defends RCMP Spyware Use on Cellphones and More
Marco Mendicino pointed his finger at the same encryption that keeps bad actors from violating users' privacy for aiding criminals in evading law enforcement.
Rogers Says an ‘Always On’ Network Will Cost $250 Million
Rogers will introduce redundancy to its back-end infrastructure and create an "always on" network by splitting up its wireline and wireless core networks.
House of Commons Industry Committee to Investigate Rogers Outage
MPs will invite executives from Rogers, along with representatives from the CRTC and Industry Minister Champagne, to speak about last week's service outage.
Feds Pass Controversial Bill C-11 with Support from NDP, Bloc Québécois
The Liberals' Online Streaming Act will still need to pass through the Senate, which has called for a review of the proposed legislation in the fall.
UK Parliament to Supply All Members with iPad Air 2s and Laptops
UK's House of Commons has approved a new plan worth $1.5M, that includes supplying each parliament member with an iPad Air 2.