About

Mandated and governed by the CWTA Board of Directors, the 5G Canada Council (5GCC) is operated by CWTA senior staff with the added benefit of oversight and input from individuals selected to fill key roles within the established Council’s structure.

The 5GCC is led by a Steering Committee consisting of representatives from CWTA Member and CWTA Associate companies. Sub-committees and or working groups may also be established to tackle specific areas of work or topics of interest (e.g. privacy and security, education and awareness, advocacy, research, etc.).

The 5GCC encourages participation from a wide array of sectors, from individuals, governments and independent organizations and is designed to support varied levels of involvement.

Members

 
Bell
CCI Wireless
Eastlink
Ericsson
Freedom Mobile/Shaw Communications Inc
Huawei
Nokia
Rogers
Sasktel
Tbaytel
Videotron
WireIE
Xplornet
 

Associate Members

 
Distinct Infrastructure Group
Fasken
Fontur International
Humber College
Olsen
Qualcomm
Railway Association of Canada
rhyzome
Shabodi
 

Honorary Member

 
Eastern Ontario Regional Network
 
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