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Celia Sankar | CRTC wants to give the go ahead to telephone companies to rip out the last payphones in Canada. But wait. What about universal access?
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Ella Bedard | Telecommunication workers opt for strength in numbers in another private-sector union merger.
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Michael Geist | Does Canada still need the CRTC to regulate broadcasting, especially when their vision includes a whole host of new fees? Seems like it's time for a change.
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Dave Coles | Verizon has been deeply involved in the world's biggest ever spying scandal, as revealed by former CIA contractor Edward Snowden.
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Dave Coles | If inclined to be harsh, I'd say Harper is selling out this country to the U.S. and threatening the jobs of thousands of Canadians.
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Dave Coles | Canadians must be able to elect officials who can reverse the current governments telco policies.
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Arielle dela Cruz Yip | Arielle from OpenMedia.ca with the weekly news update on the new CRTC Code of Conduct for cellphone providers and the end to the Telus/Mobilicity Takeover.
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Steven Staples | All of the concerns raised about China-based Huawei and ZTE can equally be applied to U.S.-based Lockheed Martin.
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Garth Mullins | The two largest telecom companies in Canada are demanding that local pay phone call rates be doubled to $1, or they will start tearing out the few pay phones that remain.
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Lindsey Pinto | The CRTC, Canada's telecom regulator, announced today that Vice-Chair Len Katz will serve as their acting chairman until the government appoints a new chair.
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OpenMedia.ca | Canadians pay some of the highest cell phone fees in the industrialized world -- please join this campaign to send the industry minister a message.
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Dwayne Winseck | Where do ex-politicians go when they retire? It would appear that they take up sinecure amongst the boards of directors at Canada's leading telecom-media-Internet (TMI) companies.