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Rogers launches Canada's first LTE network

Rogers launches Canada's first LTE network

Rogers Communications has launched Canada's first Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in Ottawa. This fall, Rogers will roll out LTE to Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal as well. Later this year, Rogers customers will be able to get their hands on…
CRTC: 5Mbps broadband for all Canadians by 2015

CRTC: 5Mbps broadband for all Canadians by 2015

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), Canada's telecommunications regulator, wants all Canadians to have access to broadband Internet speeds of at least 5Mbps for downloads and 1Mbps for uploads by 2015. Furthermore, the regulator says those speeds must be…
Netflix adds more content in Canada

Netflix adds more content in Canada

Netflix has announced licensing agreements with various content providers that add hundreds of new titles for Canadian Netflix members. Many of the new titles are available now while others will be made available over the next few weeks.

XM and Sirius to finally merge in Canada

XM Canada and Sirius Canada are finally merging their satellite radio operations, assuming the CRTC gives the two regulatory approval. That's right, XM and Sirius never merged in Canada, and now the two have decided it's time to follow their…