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Cellcos’ Appeal Against Wireless Code of Conduct Rejected

The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected a bid by Canada’s main mobile operators to delay the full implementation of the country’s ‘wireless code of conduct’, the Financial Post reports. 96 more words

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Bagnall: Melnyk's health crisis hits just as Senators' stock starting to soar

When entrepreneur Eugene Melnyk purchased the Senators out of bankruptcy in 2003, he was blessed. He was a billionaire, he was healthy and he controlled a growing pharmaceutical empire called Biovail. 807 more words


BCE, Rogers Carve-Up of Retailer Glentel Approved

Canada’s Competition Bureau has approved a transaction under which Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE) and its national quadruple-play telecoms rival Rogers Communications will take 50% equity each in retailer Glentel (Canada), following the latter’s acquisition by BCE which is set for completion on 20 May. 36 more words

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Business letter against anti-terror Bill C-51

Discussion on Bill C-51, Anti-Terrorism Act, 2015

More than 60 CEOs, business owners and company presidents have signed an April 21 open letter calling on the government to scrap Bill C-51, the daily newsbulletin… 1,431 more words


Rogers’ Q1 Mobile, Internet Gains Make up for TV, Landline Declines

Canadian quadruple-play operator Rogers Communications reports that its consolidated revenue increased 5% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2015 to CAD3.175 billion (USD2.599 billion), reflecting revenue growth of 4% in Wireless, 1% in Cable, and 26% in Media, with stable revenue in Business Solutions. 66 more words

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Rogers Launches VoLTE Across Canada

Rogers Communications has switched on commercial voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) services across Canada, available initially on the Android-based LG G3 Vigor smartphone, the country’s first VoLTE-enabled handset, with more VoLTE-ready devices expected this year. 176 more words

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The saga of a 32-year customer of Rogers Communications

As a former customer of Rogers Communications since March 8, 2015 I’ve seen many changes over the years. The transition from analog television to digital, the rise of the Internet and the proliferation of cellular phones have all impacted everyone’s lives. 1,310 more words