In a recent LinkedIn post, Robert Malcolmson, Chief Legal and Regulatory Office for BCE Inc (Bell Canada) once again used the old tired "it harms investment" argument in response to the CRTCs ongoing consideration of expanding mandated access to high-speed
Recently a relative of mine moved and needed internet access. Having not shopped for residential internet service in a long time, I was shocked to see that Virgin, the Bell "flaker brand" was selling 50/10 VDSL service for $40/
Earlier this week I saw a thread on Reddit [https://www.reddit.com/r/bell/comments/109lljm/sd_vs_hd_videos_as_a_selling_point_for_different/] pointing out that Bell Mobility has started limiting access to HD video streaming
As you may have seen in the news recently, Canadian merchants are starting to charge processing fees for credit card transcations [https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/canadian-businesses-can-charge-credit-card-fees-starting-oct-6-1.6096370] . The history of this goes back to 2018, when class action lawsuits
The sky is falling, or is it?Over the weekend, the Governor in Council issued an order responding to petitions to the Governor in Council concerning Telecom Order CRTC 2019-288 [https://www.canada.ca/en/innovation-science-economic-development/news/2020/08/order-in-council-responding-to-petitions-to-the-governor-in-council-concerning-telecom-order-crtc-2019-288.
Flying cars are technologically possible, but not technologically feasible.In a recent reply [https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/DocWebBroker/OpenDocument.aspx?DMID=3822205] to CRTC file 8638-B2-201905879 (Application by Bell Canada for Commission approval to allow the Bell Companies