Trudeau's Heritage Minister continues to push for CRTC regulation of streaming services and social media

In a bid to obtrude Canadian media into streaming services and social platforms, Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault will introduce a bill that regulates their content.

Joe Vaughan

Complaint against Bell and Rogers to Competition Bureau claims price-fixing of phone bills

Bell Canada and Rogers Communications Canada Inc. have had a complaint filed against him with the Competition Bureau by TekSavvy Solutions Inc.

Quinn Patrick

Trudeau government looking to force news outlets to get government licences

Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault said the Trudeau government is considering making news outlets in Canada require a government licence to operate.

Graeme Gordon

Liberals continue to say they will lower cell phone bills

The Liberal cabinet has promised to cut cell phone bills for Canadians by 25 percent. It’s still unclear how they will acheive it.

Quinn Patrick

#Gamergate targets the CBC

Members of #Gamergate have launched mission “#OperationCanadianBaConII”, sending CRTC complaints about CBC’s bias. The CBC’s license is getting renewed.

Josh Lieblein

CBC asking Ottawa if it can broadcast less Canadian TV content: Report

The CBC is asking the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to lower TV content requirements, according to the Winnipeg Free Press.

Graeme Gordon