A new survey undertaken by the Forum for Research and Policy in Communications just before a major CRTC hearing to review the effectiveness of the… Read More »The Forum publishes new survey research about the Wireless Code
FRPC’s final reply on the renewal of television licences held by large English- and French-language ownership groups
On December 16, 2016 the Forum filed its final reply with respect to the Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2016-225 for the renewal of licences… Read More »FRPC’s final reply on the renewal of television licences held by large English- and French-language ownership groups
Preserving, strengthening and expanding Canadian Communications in the Digital Century By regulating in the public interest
On November 27, 2016 the Forum filed a submission to the Heritage Canada Federal Consultation on Canadian Content in a Digital World.
The Forum has a new posting called Innovating the CRTC’s TV licensing process, (22 November 2016), describing the changes that the CRTC has made in… Read More »New research: Innovating the CRTC’s TV licensing process, (22 November 2016)
Data, data, everywhere – but do the CRTC’s Communications Monitoring Reports give Parliament the information it needs to evaluate the implementation of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts?
The CRTC has published a wealth of information about the broadcasting and telecommunications systems in annual reports issued since 2000. You can find these reports… Read More »Data, data, everywhere – but do the CRTC’s Communications Monitoring Reports give Parliament the information it needs to evaluate the implementation of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts?
FRPC intervened on Friday, July 10, 2015 in support of an application by Unifor Local 723 which asks the CRTC to hold a public hearing into… Read More »FRPC files submissions on OMNI and the basic obligation to serve in telecommunications
In a recent submission the Public Interest Advocacy Centre asked the CRTC to review and vary a telecom decision in which the Commission approved 60%… Read More »FRPC supports PIAC’s review-and-vary application before CRTC
FRPC submitted comments on 4 May 2015, on the code proposed by the CRTC to govern commercial relations between cable and satellite companies that distribute… Read More »Comments on the CRTC’s proposed wholesale code
Rebooting Canada’s Communications Legislation will take place from Friday, May 22 to Saturday, May 23, 2015, at the University of Ottawa. Keynote speakers include Professor Liora… Read More »Schedule for May 2015 Communications Law & Policy Conference