.ca is the Internet country code top-level domain ( ccTLD) for Canada. Registrants of .ca domains must meet Canadian Presence Requirements as defined by the registry. Examples of valid entities include: ...more on Wikipedia about ".ca"
Allstream is now owned by MTS of Manitoba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Allstream"
Bell Canada Enterprises, legally BCE Inc., is a major Canadian telecommunications company. Through its subsidiaries including Bell Canada, Aliant, NorthwesTel, Télébec, and NorthernTel, it is the incumbent local exchange carrier for telephone services in most of Canada east of Manitoba and in the northern Territories, and a leading CLEC in the western provinces. Bell Canada currently services over 13 million phonelines, and functions under the umbrella brandname "Bell". The current president of the group is Michael Sabia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bell Canada"
Canada Post ( French: Postes Canada) is a Canadian postal service operated as an independent crown corporation. The successor to the Post Office Department of the Government of Canada, Canada Post was created on October 16, 1981 by the Canada Post Corporation Act to set a new direction for the postal service, creating more reliable service and ensuring the postal services financial security and independence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canada Post"
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an independent, non-governmental organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its members, Canada's private broadcasters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Broadcast Standards Council"
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), a Canadian crown corporation, is the country's national radio and television broadcaster. In French, it is called la Société Radio-Canada (Radio-Canada or SRC). The umbrella corporate brand is CBC/Radio-Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Broadcasting Corporation"
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) (French: Autorité canadienne pour les enregistrements Internet ACEI) is a non-profit Canadian corporation that is responsible for operating the .ca country code top-level domain. It was incorporated in 1998 and assumed operation of .ca on December 1st, 2000 from the University of British Columbia. CIRA is based in the national capital Ottawa, Ontario. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Internet Registration Authority"
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The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC, in French Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes) was established in 1968 by the Canadian Parliament to replace the Board of Broadcast Governors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission"
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers or CUPW is a public sector trade union representing postal workers employed at Canada Post. The union has approximately 55,000 members and has a long history of militancy originating in 1965 when the union was formed out of the old Canadian Postal Employees Association. It is best known to Canadians for having conducted a series of high profile strikes which had an especially strong impact in the days before email, fax machines and courier companies. Even more recent strikes, however, have a serious impact on the Canadian economy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Union of Postal Workers"
Emergis Incorporated is a e-Business company dealing with interactions between companies and electronic commerce. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emergis"
The Mobile Telephone Service (MTS) is a pre- cellular VHF radio system that links to the PSTN. MTS was the radiotelephone equivalent of land dial phone service. As of 2005, only rural and wilderness areas are still using the system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mobile Telephone Service"
Rogers Communications Inc. is one of Canada's largest communications companies, particularly in the field of wireless communications and cable television. Edward S. "Ted" Rogers is the company's well-known controlling shareholder and chief executive. Its four key units are known as Rogers Wireless, Rogers Cable, Rogers Media, and Rogers Telecom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rogers Communications"
Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) is a provincial Crown Corporation operating under the authority of The Saskatchewan Telecommunications Act. SaskTel, which was formerly called Saskatchewan Government Telephones, has delivered telecommunications to the people of Saskatchewan for more than 90 years. The SaskTel serving area links 13 cities with 535 smaller communities and their surrounding rural areas, including 49,000 farms - all told, more than 425,000 business and residential customers. SaskTel's work force of approximately 4000 employees live and work in more than 50 communities throughout Saskatchewan, delivering the communications products and services to every corner of the province. ...more on Wikipedia about "SaskTel"
The Service Improvement Plan (SIP) is a program mandated by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to provide a defined level of basic telephone service to all Canadians, other than those so isolated that it is costly and impractical to reach. ...more on Wikipedia about "Service Improvement Plan"
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The Telecommunications Workers Union (TWU) is a trade union in Canada for people working for telephone and cable companies. Although the TWU has members from Shaw Cable in the Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada, the majority of TWU membership are employees of TELUS ...more on Wikipedia about "Telecommunications Workers Union"
Teleglobe is an international telco carrier. Part of their recent work has involved the updating of the CANTAT transatlantic cable system that connects the United Kingdom and Newfoundland under the Atlantic Ocean. The latest version of CANTAT, CANTAT-3, has a capacity of 5 Gbit/s in each direction across the Atlantic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Teleglobe"
Telesat Canada is a Canadian satellite communications company owned by BCE Inc. and founded on May 2, 1969. The company is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario as well as having offices in the United States and Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Telesat Canada"
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