(49) Although, public telegram service, now discontinued, once fell in the same category as telephone service: see CNCP Telecommunications, Interconnection with Bell Canada (17 May 1979), Telecom Decision CRTC
79-11 (Ottawa: CRTC
, 1979) at 81-83 [Decision 79-11].
The prime minister's office admitted it was directly involved in picking Tom Pentefountas vice chair of the CRTC
earlier this month.
is examining its current regulations in response to these technological and competitive changes in the telecommunications industry.
had said Orascom owned 65.1 per cent of Globalive's equity, had entered into a strategic technical arrangement with Globalive, and controlled and held the Wind brand under which Globalive had been set to operate.
has been noticeably reluctant over the years to license religious broadcasting," said Henry.
There is also only one federal agency, the CRTC
, in charge of telemarketing legislation, unlike the US where it is split between the FCC and FTC.
provides cold weather expertise and a wide array of natural environmental test services for the material and doctrinal developers of Army equipment and munitions.
Geographic market definition: The CRTC
and Competition Bureau
Another high point in Canadian telecom regulation came in one of the CRTC
's first statements after assuming authority for telecoms in 1976: "The principle of "just and reasonable" rates is neither narrow nor a static concept ...
For the calendar years 1997 and 1999-2001, NES paid the $800 minimum tax imposed on LLCs by CRTC
Section 17941; however, it did not pay the Section 17942 fee.
APTN's first, six-year broadcasting license was set to expite at midnight and the CRTC
was expected to issue a temporary (administrative) license renewal so the network could continue operating while the commission completed deliberations on the detailed renewal application that the network had put forward earlier this year.
said that VoIP providers that allow calls to be placed or received from the PSTN should be treated as local exchange services, much the same as their circuit-switched equivalents, under the regulations.