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Today, test alerts were sent out to cellphones, tablets and other LTE mobile devices to residents across Ontario and Quebec....

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Hawaii was sent into 38 minutes of panic on Jan. 13 when an alert for a ballistic missile threat was sent throughout the state. ...

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Canadian supporters of net neutrality warn the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) vote to end rules protecting an open internet on Thursday will tip the balance of power towards large commercial interests....

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Starting December 1, you won’t have to pay a fee to get your phone unlocked from your cellular service provider....

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The government of Canada announced on Tuesday an investment of $10 million to improve high-speed internet access in rural and remote communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba....

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Bell Media falls short on mandatory cable package

February 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Cheyenne Lynch Consumers are being warned to do their homework before considering the new price-conscious cable packages from Canada’s leading service providers that will be available starting tomorrow. The companies must now provide an entry-level...

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Cable Prices Set To Rise

February 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Jess Reyes Canadian cable TV fees rising as much as $3 a month could result in consumers pulling the plug on their service said a media research expert. Mario Mota, co-founder of Boon Dog Professional...

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CRTC approves pick-and-pay

March 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

By: Ryan Poirier Television consumers will soon be able to pick and pay for the individual channels that they want. The new formula issued by the Canadian broadcast regulator (CRTC) requires cable and satellite companies...

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By Tiara Samosir A coin-operated public telephone might seem outdated in the smartphone era we are living in, but turns out Canadians aren’t ready to hang up on payphones just yet. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication...

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Net neutrality takes effect in U.S.

February 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the U.S. regulator of radio, television, wire, satellite and cable communications, has voted to adopt statutes that will level out the playing field for Internet service providers (ISPs). All corporations...

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