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Maclean’s leaders debate: A phoney debate – all show and no substance

A “Leaders Debate” was held on August 6 with the leaders of four of the 18 registered political parties present. As expected they all gave pat responses to questions which fell into the four categories said to be of major concern to Canadians – the economy; energy and the environment; democratic institutions; and foreign policy and security. 743 more words

Canada

August 6 leaders’ debate: Further destruction of the public authority

By ANNA DI CARLO*

The August 6 Maclean’s Magazine leaders’ debate will exclude 14 of Canada’s registered political parties. It is a form of censorship, no matter how much Canadians have been immunized against this particular form of official control over political opinion. 1,399 more words

Canada

#AshtonHelps Navigate a call centre/ How to improve call centres

Funny stunt I’ve been up to, hello I am Ashton Deroy a former representative of T-Mobile and Rogers Communications. I thought it would be funny to go on their social media including at the moment Facebook and Twitter and put together a little bit of information and understanding on how customers see this company. 1,371 more words

Unbundling the Broadband Networks

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has ordered that large telecom companies, both telcos and cable companies, must unbundle the last mile of their network and make the facilities available to competitors. 629 more words

The Industry

CRTC Mandates Wholesale Fibre Broadband Access

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) yesterday announced new measures in the wholesale fixed broadband market, including a ruling forcing the country’s largest internet providers to open up their high speed fibre-based access networks to smaller rivals. 475 more words

Telnet Networks

Ontario court approves Rogers' purchase of Mobilicity

TORONTO – An Ontario court has given its OK to a deal that will see Rogers Communications purchase Mobilicity.

Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) will also sell some spectrum to Wind Mobile, which has emerged as one of the leading challengers to Canada’s three biggest wireless companies – Rogers, Telus (TSX:T) and BCE’s Bell (TSX:BCE). 13 more words

News

Ontario court approves Rogers-Mobilicity wireless deal

TORONTO – An Ontario court has given its OK to a deal that will see Rogers Communications purchase Mobilicity.

Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) will also sell some spectrum to Wind Mobile, which has emerged as one of the leading challengers to Canada’s three biggest wireless companies – Rogers, Telus (TSX:T) and BCE’s Bell (TSX:BCE). 94 more words

Money