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Only Iceland and Norway perform more quickly on mobile, a report says.
The Conservative government is prepared to cut Telus Corp. out of a valuable auction of cellular frequencies if the big wireless
If Public Mobile’s 220,000 customers haven’t yet noticed any impact from the company being bought out by telecom giant Telus
A prominent analyst has declared Wind Mobile “all but dead” after its parent company wrote off its entire investment in the
The Conservative government may make good on promises to overhaul the country’s telecom laws to reduce the amount small carriers
“The best [the industry] can say is we’re not as bad as the U.S.,” says Dwayne Winseck, a professor at Carleton University’s
The ice storm that slammed central Canada has left hundreds of thousands of residents in Ontario, New Brunswick and Quebec
It’s not every day that Industry Canada goes on a campaign against a major industry. And it’s certainly not every day that
At least three foreign telcos aside from Verizon have looked at bidding for wireless spectrum in Canada, a source close to
Efforts by Canada’s Big Three wireless companies to maintain their dominant positions are likely to “stifle innovation and
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says there are no “special loopholes” in Canada’s wireless rules for large foreign companies
In the great wireless war, there are those who believe allowing Verizon into Canada would threaten Canadian jobs and introduce
Dear Prime Minister Stephen Harper: I read with interest that you are considering allowing Verizon Communications to operate Canada with unique acquisition rights. Bad idea. Why would you allow one of our country's most aggressive tax dodgers, a company with a track record of overtly ripping off our government, into your country?
OTTAWA — Industry Minister James Moore may be offering a conciliatory gesture to Canada’s big cellphone providers after a
Canada's big three telecoms are likely cheering news that Verizon may be getting cold feet about coming to Canada. According
You wouldn’t think of the Harper government as warriors fighting Big Business, but in the Great Telecom War of 2013, that’s
Haters of Canada’s big telecoms (and we know there are lots of you), here’s your chance to gloat. The country’s dominant
Canada’s big telecom firms are lining up against Verizon’s possible entrance into the Canadian wireless market, with Telus
Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants you to know he’s on your side in the epic battle of consumers against Big Telecom’s big
Canada’s big telecom companies are headed to court to quash parts of the CRTC’s new wireless rules, targeting the regulator