Bell, Telus award 5G contracts to European firms, shutting out Huawei
Ottawa continues its review of Huawei’s role in Canada’s 5G networks over security concerns related to its relationship with China’s government.
NL Premier takes aim at Trump over medical supplies
Reminded the president how the province helped thousands of stranded airline passengers after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
CCTS says telecoms complaints surge on billing, contracts issues
CCTS recieved 19,287 complaints in the fiscal year ending July 31, up from the 14,272 the previous year.
Problems with wireless voice service? Reasons for outage unclear
Dropped wireless voice calls and customers unable to place or receive wireless voice calls.
Markham to be a ‘living lab’ for Bell, IBM smart city research: Mayor
Program will combine Bell’s broadband networks, IBM data analytics and data from sensors.
Bell wants to collect more of your personal information
Wants permission to track everything you do with services from Bell or its affiliates.
Canada’s wireless prices justified even if high by world standards: MEI
Think tank cites quality of the networks, size of the country, investments being made in 5G technology.
Rogers to test 5G tech in Ottawa, Toronto and other cities
Hardware and software development means networks won’t to be ready for “prime time” until about 2020.
Telecom complaints commission says wireless contracts the biggest irritation
Federal agency says it received 1,023 formal complaints from August to January.
Wireless industry says 5G rollout depends on timely access to spectrum
But Canadian government has been slow to allocate the 600- and 3,500-megahertz spectrums.
Champagne orders review of controversial helicopter deal with the Philippines
Review follows comments from a Philippine military official that the aircraft would be used for internal security operations.
Innovation, technology increases training ROI
Report calls on more employers to consider the advantages of innovative “smart learning systems.”