Researchers to Report Misleading Sales Practices by Canadian Telcos to CRTC
The researchers will present their findings at a week-long CRTC public hearing today.
CRTC Asks Canadians to Share Their Personal Experiences With Unethical Sales Practices
The CRTC has asked Canadians to share their own personal experiences with possible unethical sales practices used by Canadian telecoms.
Ontario MPP: Door-to-Door Telecom Sales Must Come to an End
An Ontario MPP strongly suggests that the province should introduce a new ban on door-to-door sales of telecom services.
Stakeholders of Telecoms Disagree on How to Use the CRTC’s $750M Broadband Fund
Various telecom stakeholders have shown conflicted views on how best to serve the public with the CRTC's new $750 million broadband fund.
Canadians Could See Cheaper Wireless Plans After NAFTA Negotiations
Canadians could see cheaper wireless cellphone plans following NAFTA negotiations.
Over Half a Million Canadians Cut Their Landline Phone Service Last Year
Canada's leading telecom companies showed that they lost over 500,000 landline phone customers last year.
Federal Privacy Law Faces Challenges In Canada
Federal privacy laws face constitutional challenges in Canada.