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CTV News
CRTC report says Bell Fibe offers better than advertised download speedsadvanced networks that consistently outperform in speed and reliability," Wade
CRTC report says Bell Fibe offers better than advertised download speeds
CTV News / Posted yesterday
advanced networks that consistently outperform in speed and reliability," Wade Oosterman, Group President of BCE and Bell Canada, and Bell's Chief Brand Officer, said in a press release. "Canadians can be justifiably proud that our country's... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Canadian ISPs deliver speeds faster than advertised: CRTCthe speeds of all major ISPs except for Sasktel, which declined to participate.
Canadian ISPs deliver speeds faster than advertised: CRTC
ITBusiness.ca / Posted yesterday
the speeds of all major ISPs except for Sasktel, which declined to participate. Participating ISPs include Bell Aliant, Bell Canada, Rogers, Cogeco, Eastlink, MTS, Northwetel, Shaw, Telus, and Vidéotron. The CRTC notes that the speeds measured... Read more
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Calgary Sun
CraveTV ’continues to grow:’ Bell CEOWINNIPEG — The president and CEO of Bell Canada is expressing confidence in his
CraveTV ’continues to grow:’ Bell CEO
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
WINNIPEG — The president and CEO of Bell Canada is expressing confidence in his company’s streaming video service even as a competitor in the Netflix-dominated field prepares to shut down. “There’s no change in the status of CraveTV,” George Cope... Read more
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CTV News
Shomi shuts down, but CraveTV 'continues to grow': Bell CEOWINNIPEG -- The president and CEO of Bell Canada says his company's video-strea
Shomi shuts down, but CraveTV 'continues to grow': Bell CEO
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
WINNIPEG -- The president and CEO of Bell Canada says his company's video-streaming service CraveTV is growing as a competitor prepares to shut down. George Cope says the demise of Shomi -- operated by Rogers (TSX:RCI.B) and Shaw (TSX:SJR.B) --... Read more
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CTV News
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTCInternet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTC
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
Internet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last summer, but were delayed after telecom giant Bell Canada launched unsuccessful appeals to both the federal cabinet and the CRTC. Bell told hearings on Canada's Internet... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Cheaper Internet coming thanks to new rules: ExpertInternet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last
Cheaper Internet coming thanks to new rules: Expert
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Internet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last summer, but were delayed after telecom giant Bell Canada launched unsuccessful appeals to both the federal cabinet and the CRTC. Bell told hearings on Canada’s Internet... Read more
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CBC.ca
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTCInternet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTC
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
Internet service providers, or ISPs. The new requirements were developed last summer, but were delayed after telecom giant Bell Canada launched unsuccessful appeals to both the federal cabinet and the CRTC. Bell told hearings on Canada's Internet... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Auxiliary celebrated at BGHsalmon-coloured smocks. Anne Hitchon is a regular, spending at least 14 hours
Auxiliary celebrated at BGH
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 11 days ago
salmon-coloured smocks. Anne Hitchon is a regular, spending at least 14 hours a week at the hospital. The retired Bell Canada operator, supervisor and instructor joined the auxiliary 27 years ago. “It keeps me off the streets,” she... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Statistics Canada head quits, cites loss of independencecontract to IBM, which is operating a data centre out of its facility in Barrie
Statistics Canada head quits, cites loss of independence
Calgary Sun / Posted 13 days ago
contract to IBM, which is operating a data centre out of its facility in Barrie. The first of the new data centres, a Bell Canada operation, began operating in Gatineau in 2013. These facilities offer plenty of new capacity but Shared Services... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
Vertical Systems: Mid-Year 2016 Global Provider Ethernet LEADERBOARDProviders with port share below 2%. Companies in the Market Player tier are as
Vertical Systems: Mid-Year 2016 Global Provider Ethernet LEADERBOARD
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 17 days ago
Providers with port share below 2%. Companies in the Market Player tier are as follows (Note - in alphabetical order): Bell Canada (Canada), Bezeq (Israel), CAT Telecom (Thailand), CenturyLink (U.S.), China Telecom (China), China Unicom... Read more
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Hamilton News
CRTC must put teeth into consumer choiceundermine the letter, or at least the spirit, of what the CRTC ordered: More co
CRTC must put teeth into consumer choice
Hamilton News / Posted 20 days ago
undermine the letter, or at least the spirit, of what the CRTC ordered: More consumer choice. The companies — Rogers, Shaw, Bell Canada, and Quebec-based provider Videotron — denied that at the time and again at this week's CRTC hearings which were... Read more
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CTV News
Consumer groups want regulator to ban 'discriminatory' basic TV offeringsthat will meet the needs of almost every household we serve." Consumers also c
Consumer groups want regulator to ban 'discriminatory' basic TV offerings
CTV News / Posted 22 days ago
that will meet the needs of almost every household we serve." Consumers also complained that some carriers, including Bell Canada, require customers to buy other services such as Internet, in order to gain access to their mandated smaller TV... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Consumer groups want ban on 'discriminatory' basic TV offeringsthat will meet the needs of almost every household we serve.” Consumers also c
Consumer groups want ban on 'discriminatory' basic TV offerings
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 days ago
that will meet the needs of almost every household we serve.” Consumers also complained that some carriers, including Bell Canada, require customers to buy other services such as Internet, in order to gain access to their mandated smaller TV... Read more
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CBC.ca
Under fire at CTRC hearing, Bell, Rogers promise changes to $25 basic TV planHours before Bell Canada testified at a CRTC hearing Wednesday about its $25 ba
Under fire at CTRC hearing, Bell, Rogers promise changes to $25 basic TV plan
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
Hours before Bell Canada testified at a CRTC hearing Wednesday about its $25 basic TV package, the telco announced it will no longer force Fibe TV customers to also subscribe to the company's internet service. Then, during the hearing, Bell admitted... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Streetwise and Executive Insight Newsletterend of 2014. Before that, he worked for 20 years at BCE Inc., where he served a
Streetwise and Executive Insight Newsletter
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
end of 2014. Before that, he worked for 20 years at BCE Inc., where he served as group president of consumer markets for Bell Canada and president and CEO of Bell Mobility – providing him with a lot of experience in the area of digital... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Just seems like gobbledygook:' Why resolving pay equity cases is not so simple— one that can take years to wind its way through courts and tribunals before a
'Just seems like gobbledygook:' Why resolving pay equity cases is not so simple
CBC.ca / Posted 29 days ago
— one that can take years to wind its way through courts and tribunals before any kind of settlement is reached. In 2006, Bell Canada employees agreed to a $100 million pay equity settlement, a case that had begun in 1992. In 2012, female nurses... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Speed tests indicate Rogers offers fastest broadband Internet, Bell fastest mobilean average mobile download speed of 29.37 Mbps, Rogers Wireless wasn’t too far
Speed tests indicate Rogers offers fastest broadband Internet, Bell fastest mobile
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 1 months ago
an average mobile download speed of 29.37 Mbps, Rogers Wireless wasn’t too far behind. As for BCE’s broadband division, Bell Canada customers will no doubt be pleased to know their upload speed of 30.58 Mbps was the highest in the country –... Read more
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