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#CreativeCanada: A Vision For Canada's Creative Industries
On September 28, 2017, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage (the "Minister"), delivered a speech in Ottawa entitled #CreativeCanada: A Vision for Canada's Creative Industries.
Canada
4 Oct 2017
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Government Announces Liberalisation Of Foreign Investment Restrictions For Smaller Telecoms, Auction Rules For 700 MHz Spectrum
Two years after first holding out the possibility of loosening the restrictions on foreign investment in telecommunications companies (the "Restrictions"), on Wednesday March 14, 2012 Stephen Harper’s Conservative government announced that it will amend legislation to lift the Restrictions for smaller companies.
Canada
19 Mar 2012
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Satellites, For Now
In its 2010 Budget delivered Thursday, March 4, Stephen Harper’s Conservative government announced that it will remove the restrictions on foreign ownership of Canadian satellites.
Canada
10 Mar 2010
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The CRTC Turns Down A New Wireless Entrant
The CRTC yesterday determined that Globalive Wireless Management (“Globalive”) does not meet the Canadian ownership requirements set out in the Telecommunications Act.
Canada
3 Nov 2009
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CRTC Adopts A New Framework For Telecommunications Ownership And Control Reviews
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (the “CRTC” or “Commission”) announced today that it has adopted a new framework with respect to Canadian ownership and control reviews under the "Telecommunications Act" and the "Canadian Telecommunications Common Carrier Ownership and Control Regulations".
Canada
22 Sep 2009
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Changes To Canada´s Lobbying Regime – Implementation Of The Lobbying Act
The Lobbying Act, and its related Regulations, will come into force on July 2, 2008, bringing with it new accountability and transparency rules for lobbyists, along with increased penalties for non-compliance with the regime.
Canada
15 Jul 2008
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The Comma Case Redux
On August 20th, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) revisited its 2006 decision with respect to what has become known as the million dollar comma case (in reality about $700,000). In a nutshell, Rogers Communications won the battle regarding the infamous comma, but lost its war against Bell Aliant.
Canada
20 Sep 2007
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