CRTC


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CRTC

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission
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The opinion was filed as an attachment to Response to Interrogatory PIAC(TELUS) 20 May 10-3, online: CRTC <http://www.crtc.gc.ca>.
The CRTC commissioners should realize what they are getting themselves into by regulating the internet and what impact it will have on average people--consumers who purchase products and not only the broadcasters and entertainment industry that sell them.
17, a House of Commons committee voted to demand that the new CRTC vice chair come to Ottawa to answer questions about why he's the best man for this key job at the commission.
In 1999, the CRTC set out the basic services that telecommunications companies should offer to Canadians, which include local service on an individual telephone line and access to low-speed Internet at local rates.
After Thursday's CRTC ruling, Globalive said it would delay the launch of its mobile phone service.
Two years ago in April 2006, the CRTC turned down an application for a Catholic FM radio station to serve the Greater Toronto Area (1,600,000 Catholics), but approved a license for the homosexual station Pride FM to serve the same region (30,000 or so devotees).
The CRTC's rules primarily focused on auto-dialers, known as automated dialing and announcing devices or ADADs in Canada and junk faxes.
Developed as a site for testing equipment for winter battlefield conditions, CRTC is unique among the Army's test facilities in that it provides a testing environment that combines the interacting effects of climate, terrain, and vegetation found in a cold region.
it overrule the CRTC and order forbearance for residential service where
Let's Learn from Recent History--and Hope the CRTC Does, Too
With the rise of cable phone services competing with traditional land lines, government-regulated regional monopolies like Telus, Bell, SaskTel and Aliant Telecom began petitioning for more flexibility in their pricing to allow them to compete, as opposed to applying to the CRTC every time they wanted to lower their rates.
In addition to the $800 minimum fee imposed by CRTC Section 17941 on all LLCs, CRTC Section 17942 also imposes a tiered fee on LLCs.