CBC | Business News
Several Canadian entrepreneurs are plunging ahead to launch new tourist attractions, despite surging COVID-19 cases in some regions. They say they can't press pause on projects started before the pandemic, and are pinning their hopes on vaccinations turning the tide — ideally before summer holiday season.
Some telecommunications analysts and consumer advocates say the country's regional wireless and internet carriers will benefit the most from a landmark regulatory ruling Thursday by the CRTC.
As of March 30, 219 tickets have been issued to air passengers entering Canada who refused to quarantine at a designated hotel. Some travellers say they defied the rules because they felt it was safer to quarantine at home.
CRTC mandates Big 3 telcos to let smaller regional companies use their networks to create makeshift MVNOs
Canada's telecom regulator is opening the door a crack to more wireless competition, by allowing a small number of regional companies to piggyback on the networks of the established players.
Canada's red-hot housing market continues to defy expectations, with sales in March up 70 per cent compared to a year ago and average prices up by more than 30 per cent.