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  1. CRTC revokes licence of Toronto campus radio station
  2. CRTC to introduce 10-digit local dialing and a new area code to Manitoba
  3. CRTC launches online consultation on basic telephone and Internet services
  4. CRTC announces new policy to strengthen the community and campus radio sector
  5. CRTC to address the projected telephone number shortage in Toronto
  6. CRTC provides update on the transition to digital television
  7. CRTC releases 2009 financial results for Canada’s commercial radio industry
  8. CRTC releases 2009 financial results for specialty, pay and pay-per-view television s
  9. CRTC to add third area code to Ontario’s rapidly growing 905 region
  10. CRTC unveils a new group-based television regulatory policy
  11. CRTC releases financial results of conventional television stations
  12. CRTC releases financial results for Canadian broadcasting distributors
  13. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2011
  14. CRTC welcomes improved wireless 911 services
  15. CRTC issues annual report on the communications industry
  16. CRTC changes community television policy to enhance local participation
  17. CRTC endorses telecommunications consumer agency and extends membership requirements
  18. CRTC asks the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council to review decision to ban Dire Str
  19. Upcoming CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies
  20. CRTC introduces new procedural rules for a converged communications environment
  21. CRTC announces that Bell Canada has paid a $1.3 million penalty for violating the Nat
  22. CRTC announces that Xentel has paid a $500,000 penalty for misuse of the charity exem
  23. The CRTC approves Cogeco’s acquisition of Quebec radio stations held by Corus
  24. CRTC to address the projected telephone number shortage in British Columbia
  25. CRTC reaches an agreement with TELUS Communications Inc. concerning automated calls
  26. CRTC approves Shaw’s purchase of the Canwest Global television properties
  27. CRTC launches consultation on the possible effects of consolidation in the Canadian b
  28. CRTC orders rebate for Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, Telus and MTS Allstream’s home telep
  29. CRTC encourages competition and investment in the provision of Internet services
  30. CRTC to review billing practices for wholesale Internet services
  31. CRTC seeks comments on loudness of TV ads
  32. CRTC approves BCE’s purchase of CTVglobemedia
  33. CRTC to hold public hearing on wholesale Internet access services
  34. CRTC approves BCE’s purchase of CTVglobemedia
  35. CRTC requires television broadcasters to air public service announcements on the tran
  36. CRTC makes it easier to switch between providers of broadcasting and telecommunicatio
  37. CRTC announces that Rogers Communications has made a $275,000 payment for its use of
  38. CRTC announces that Rogers Communications has made a $275,000 payment for its use of
  39. Message from Chairman of the CRTC on the new Rules of Practice and Procedure
  40. Message from Chairman of the CRTC on the new Rules of Practice and Procedure
  41. CRTC sets speed target for broadband Internet and maintains obligation to provide bas
  42. CRTC requires Bell TV and Shaw Direct to carry more local television stations
  43. CRTC finds that radio stations are supporting new Canadian artists
  44. CRTC finds that radio stations are supporting new Canadian artists
  45. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the Week of 24 to 27 May 2011
  46. CRTC seeks information on online broadcasting services
  47. CRTC releases 2010 financial results for Canadian television services
  48. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  49. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  50. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  51. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  52. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  53. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  54. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  55. CRTC launches online consultation on wholesale Internet access services
  56. The CRTC awards a licence for an ethnic radio station in Toronto
  57. The CRTC awards a licence for an ethnic radio station in Toronto
  58. CRTC launches online consultation on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s upcoming
  59. CRTC postpones public hearing on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  60. CRTC releases 2010 financial results for Canadian commercial radio stations
  61. CRTC releases 2010 financial results for Canadian broadcasting distributors
  62. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  63. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  64. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  65. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  66. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  67. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  68. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  69. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  70. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  71. CRTC to introduce a new area code for the 819 region of Quebec in 2012
  72. CRTC renews licence of The Weather Network/MétéoMédia until 2018
  73. CRTC to add third area code in Toronto
  74. CRTC renews licences of most English-language television services: New licence terms
  75. CRTC renews licences of most English-language television services: New licence terms
  76. CRTC renews licences of most English-language television services: New licence terms
  77. CRTC renews licences of most English-language television services: New licence terms
  78. CRTC report shows more Canadians are adopting broadband Internet and wireless service
  79. CRTC to introduce a new area code in British Columbia
  80. CTRC allows CBC to continue broadcasting analog television signals in 22 markets unti
  81. CRTC issues report highlighting trends in the communications industry
  82. CRTC reaffirms its commitment to official-language minority communities
  83. CRTC continues crackdown on telemarketing violations - GoodLife Fitness Centres pays
  84. CRTC continues crackdown on telemarketing violations - GoodLife Fitness Centres pays
  85. CRTC continues crackdown on telemarketing violations - GoodLife Fitness Centres pays
  86. CRTC to introduce 10-digit local dialing and a new area code in Saskatchewan
  87. Irene cleanup continues in Quebec
  88. Irene cleanup continues in Quebec
  89. CRTC tells broadcasting industry to turn down the volume on loud television commercia
  90. CRTC takes action to ensure a wide choice of television programming on all platforms
  91. CRTC improves complaints resolution process for Internet traffic management practices
  92. CRTC releases results of fact-finding exercise on Internet and mobile content
  93. CRTC strikes cross-border agreement with telemarketers selling Cancun vacation packag
  94. CRTC announces creation of international network to facilitate cooperation on telemar
  95. CRTC approves new disconnection and deposit code for home telephone services
  96. CRTC supports choice of Internet services
  97. CRTC supports choice of Internet services
  98. The CRTC increases the diversity of voices in the Montreal radio market by granting t
  99. The CRTC takes radio stations to task for their inappropriate use of musical montages
  100. The CRTC takes radio stations to task for their inappropriate use of musical montages
  101. CRTC finds Bell Mobility in breach of rules over exclusive programming rights
  102. CRTC finds Bell Mobility in breach of rules over exclusive programming rights
  103. CRTC opens Canada’s North to local telephone competition
  104. The CRTC undertakes a review of the Local Programming Improvement Fund
  105. The CRTC undertakes a review of the Local Programming Improvement Fund
  106. CRTC supports the evolution of advanced telecommunications networks across Canada
  107. Leonard Katz appointed Acting Chairman of the CRTC
  108. Leonard Katz appointed Acting Chairman of the CRTC
  109. CRTC moving ahead with capacity-based billing on February 1
  110. CRTC moving ahead with capacity-based billing on February 1
  111. CRTC completes review of telecommunications regulations: Requires large telephone com
  112. CRTC completes review of telecommunications regulations: Requires large telephone com
  113. CRTC initiates text messaging trial to improve the accessibility of 911 call centres
  114. Statement by Leonard Katz, Acting Chairman of the CRTC, on the passing of Pierre June
  115. CRTC approves plan to launch the Canadian Broadcasting Participation Fund
  116. CRTC takes enforcement action against 85 companies for breaking the telemarketing rul
  117. CRTC seeks views on the state of competition in the Canadian wireless sector
  118. CRTC releases 2011 financial results for Canadian conventional television stations
  119. CRTC releases 2011 financial results for Canadian cable and satellite companies
  120. The CRTC renews the licences of the majority of French-language private television se
  121. CRTC releases 2011 financial results for specialty, pay and pay-per-view television s
  122. CRTC moves a step closer to making loud TV ads a thing of the past
  123. CRTC to address the projected telephone number shortage in Nova Scotia and PEI
  124. Bell Media
  125. CRTC to continue fact-finding exercise on video relay service
  126. CRTC approves Rogers Broadcasting’s purchase of the Saskatchewan Communications Netwo
  127. Consumer cable bills to be adjusted with phase out of fund
  128. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 18 to 22 February 2013
  129. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 4 to 8 March 2013
  130. Jean-Pierre Blais to the Canadian Media Production Association’s Prime Time 2013 conf
  131. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 11 to 15 March 2013
  132. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 25 to 28 March 2013
  133. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 2 to 5 April 2013
  134. CRTC’s action eliminates debt consolidation robocalls by Ontario Consumer Credit Assi
  135. In settlement with the CRTC, Comwave Telenetworks Inc. agrees to stop violating the d
  136. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 8 to 12 April 2013
  137. CRTC releases 2012 financial results for Canadian cable and satellite companies
  138. CRTC releases 2012 financial results for specialty, pay, pay-per-view and video-on-de
  139. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 15 to 19 April 2013
  140. [PR] Astral and Bell Media reply to CRTC submissions
  141. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 22 to 26 April 2013
  142. Jean-Pierre Blais at the public hearing in Gatineau, Quebec
  143. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 29 April to 3 May 2013
  144. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 6 May to 10 May 2013
  145. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 13 May to 17 May 2013
  146. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 21 May to 24 May 2013
  147. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 27 to 31 May 2013
  148. CRTC renews licences of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s English- and French-l
  149. Political entities issued penalties for using robocalls in violation of CRTC Unsolici
  150. Jean-Pierre Blais at the annual convention of the Association des producteurs de film
  151. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 3 to 7 June 2013
  152. Canadians can cancel their wireless contracts after two years under new CRTC wireless
  153. Jean-Pierre Blais to the Canadian Telecom Summit (Toronto, Ontario)
  154. CRTC releases 2012 financial results for Canadian conventional television stations
  155. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 17 to 21 June 2013
  156. Jean-Pierre Blais at the public hearing in Inuvik, Northwest Territories (review of t
  157. CRTC releases 2012 financial results for Canadian commercial radio stations
  158. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 25 to 28 June 2013
  159. CRTC approves BCE’s bid to acquire Astral’s television and radio services
  160. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 2 to 5 July 2013
  161. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 15 to 19 July 2013
  162. CRTC denies payphone rate increase and invites comments on the use of payphones in Ca
  163. Member of Parliament and telemarketing service provider pay penalties for violating C
  164. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 29 July to 2 August 2013
  165. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 5 to 9 August 2013
  166. CRTC proposes a new approach to national news services
  167. CRTC grants mandatory distribution to three new television services
  168. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 12 to 16 August 2013
  169. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 19 to 23 August 2013
  170. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 26 to 30 August 2013
  171. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 3 to 6 September 2013
  172. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 9 to 13 September 2013
  173. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 16 to 20 September 2013
  174. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 23 to 27 September 2013
  175. Peter Menzies at the annual conference of the Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (Mont-T
  176. Greater cooperation between CRTC and Competition Bureau to better serve Canadians
  177. CRTC issues annual report on the state of the Canadian communication system
  178. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 30 September to 4 October 2103
  179. CRTC celebrates fifth anniversary of the National Do Not Call List
  180. Statement by Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman of the CRTC, on the Canadian Wireless Teleco
  181. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 7 to 11 October 2103
  182. CRTC invites comments on the future of 9-1-1 services
  183. Canadian Union of Postal Workers and Union Calling Inc. pay a total of $115,000 in pe
  184. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 21 to 25 October 2013
  185. International enforcement agencies join forces to thwart caller identification spoofi
  186. Peter Menzies at the public hearing (Gatineau, Quebec)
  187. CRTC launches Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians
  188. Jean-Pierre Blais to launch “Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians” at Univers
  189. Speech: Jean-Pierre Blais to launch “Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians” at
  190. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 4 to 8 November 2013
  191. Speech: Jean-Pierre Blais to To the annual workshop of the Community of Federal Regul
  192. Speech: Jean-Pierre Blais to the public hearing (Gatineau, Quebec)
  193. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 25 to 29 November 2013
  194. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 2 to 6 December 2013
  195. CRTC wireless code comes into force: Canadians can cancel their contracts without pen
  196. Green Shield Windows and Doors Ltd. and Peak Windows and Doors Ltd. pay $100,000 in p
  197. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 9 to 13 December 2013
  198. CRTC to take closer look at wholesale roaming rates, terms and conditions in Canada
  199. CRTC decisions and regulatory policies for the week of 16 to 20 December 2013
  200. We Have a New RSS Feed.
  201. CRTC acting to improve telecommunications services for northern Canadians
  202. The CRTC is adopting a new framework for all television news services
  203. CRTC Decisions and Regulatory Policies for the week of 6 to 10 January 2014
  204. CRTC announces that Turf Operations Group has paid a penalty of $200,000 for violatin
  205. The CRTC publishes a report on Phase I of Let's Talk TV: A conversation with Canadian
  206. CRTC continuing efforts to improve telecommunications services for all Canadians
  207. The CRTC Launches Let’s Talk TV: Choicebook
  208. CRTC invites comments on the state of competition in the wholesale mobile wireless se
  209. Scott Hutton to the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications (Ottawa
  210. CRTC marks the start of Text with 9-1-1 services for hearing or speech impaired perso
  211. Scott Hutton to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (Ottawa, Ontario)
  212. CRTC continuing to protect Canadians against nuisance telemarketing calls
  213. Christianne Laizner and Manon Bombardier to the Standing Committee on Procedure and H
  214. Tom Pentefountas to the public hearing in Gatineau (Gatineau, Quebec)
  215. CRTC announces public hearing on the future of the Canadian television system
  216. CRTC releases 2013 financial results for specialty, pay, pay-per-view and video-on-de
  217. Statement by the Chairman of the CRTC
  218. The CRTC releases the results of the Let's Talk TV: Choicebook
  219. CRTC releases 2013 financial results for Canadian local television stations
  220. CRTC appearance in front of the Senate Transport and Communications Committee to disc
  221. Opening remarks at the public hearing to consider radio applications for 102.7 FM in
  222. CRTC releases 2013 financial results for Canadian cable and satellite companies
  223. Raj Shoan to the National Conference of the Broadcast Educators Association of Canada
  224. CRTC releases 2013 financial results for Canadian commercial radio stations
  225. CRTC recognized for its creative and innovative work on behalf of Canadians
  226. CRTC to ensure telecommunications networks can support next-generation 9-1-1 services
  227. The CRTC enhances the protection of Canadian’s privacy by rendering the National Do N
  228. Chairman Jean-Pierre Blais speech on how the CRTC is improving the security and safet
  229. CRTC takes action against telemarketers selling home improvement services
  230. CRTC challenges communications industry to address paper bill fees
  231. Suitelife Vacations Club pays $20,000 in penalties for violating Unsolicited Telecomm
  232. CRTC continuing its efforts to promote fair and sustainable competition in wireless s
  233. Alberta Federation of Labour pays $50,000 for violating the Unsolicited Telecommunica
  234. Québec Loisirs pays $200,000 for violating the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules
  235. Last chance for Canadians to have their say on the future of television in Canada; Le
  236. Statement by Jean-Pierre Blais, Chairman of the CRTC, on paper bill fees
  237. CRTC Vice-Chairs report on outcome of paper bills meeting
  238. CRTC requires broadcasting industry to relay emergency alert messages to Canadians
  239. CRTC Publishes a Citizen's Guide to Participating
  240. CRTC issues 2014 report on state of Canadian broadcasting industry
  241. Opening remarks by Jean-Pierre Blais at the public hearing on Let's Talk TV
  242. CRTC recognized for its creative and innovative work on behalf of Canadians
  243. Thrift Magic pays $250,000 for calling Canadians registered on the National Do Not Ca
  244. The majority of Canadians can now benefit from the terms of the wireless code
  245. CRTC releases 2014 report on the state of the Canadian telecommunications industry
  246. Tom Pentefountas to the annual conference of the Canadian Cable Systems Alliance
  247. Opening remarks by Jean-Pierre Blais at the public hearing on the review of wholesale
  248. CRTC works with small business to stop malicious spam from being sent to Canadians
  249. Opening remarks by Tom Pentefountas at the Radio India Ltd. public hearing
  250. CRTC releases full edition of the 2014 Communications Monitoring Report