Access to fast, dependable and reasonably priced Internet and wireless services stands as a crucial requirement for the people of Canada. This is why the Canadian government is persistently working to open up additional spectrum resources, aiming to enhance the quality, coverage and affordability of telecommunications services.
Canada's telecom network operators played a vital role in maintaining economic and social activity in Canada, including investing more in expanding and enhancing critical network infrastructure than their international peers, according to a new report commissioned by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
Nolinor Aviation, a charter airline, is the first airline in Canada to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into a safety management system (SMS) to manage incident reporting.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) completed a key step to create more competition and choice in the mobile wireless market for Canadians.
The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced a new licensing policy that will give easy local access to 5G spectrum for Internet service providers and innovative industries, as well as rural, remote and Indigenous communities.
A disconnected Canada shouldn’t happen again, and that’s what pushed the government, together with national telecom providers, to guarantee emergency roaming, mutual assistance and a communications protocol for quick and clear advisories during major outages and other emergencies.
The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, alongside Sylvie Retailleau, French Minister of Higher Education and Research, announced the creation of a joint committee between Canada and France to help strengthen the long-standing partnership between Canada and France in science, technology and innovation (STI).
Canada’s Digital Charter Implementation Act 2022 will not only promote confidence in the country’s digital space but also ensure a safe, more inclusive, and secure digital economy for all Canadians.
Tampnet AS, the leading independent communications network provider operating the largest offshore high-capacity communication network infrastructure in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, announces its acquisition of dasNetz AG, a leading provider of offshore wind connectivity in the German part of the North Sea, the Baltic Sea and certain key ports and coastal areas.
“The release of mmWave spectrum is an opportunity to support investment and improvement of services by service providers,” an excerpt derived from the published consultation document on the policy and licensing framework for spectrum in the 26, 28, and 38 GHz bands said.