SaskTel and Olds College of Agriculture and Technology announced they have signed a memorandum of understanding, which will see them work together to solve challenges facing agriculture technology, including rural connectivity.
Mobile Wireless User Experience in Cottage Country on Par with National Experience, New Report Shows
Canadians in cottage country regions benefit from strong network access and performance, according to a new report published by leading independent mobile analytics company Opensignal.
Bell announced its new ‘5G+’ network will soon arrive for Bell 5G customers starting in Toronto. The Montreal-based national telecom detailed the news in a press release, saying it would work towards covering roughly 40 percent of the Canadian population with 5G+ by...
Rogers Communications announced it has started to deploy its 5G 3500 MHz spectrum holdings, with the first location going live in Nanaimo, BC. The company will continue its deployment across Canada, including the urban centres of Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa,...
Investment in Next-Generation Wireless Networks is Key to Canada’s Economic Growth and Prosperity: Ghiz
Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) president and CEO Robert Ghiz spoke about the social, economic and environmental impact of 5G at the Wireless World Research Forum’s Huddle 2022 event.
Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) president and CEO Robert Ghiz recently spoke to Innovating Canada about the way 5G connectivity can enable the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).
A new study analyzing 5G’s impact on the global mobile network experience found that Canada remains in the top five out of 100 countries for mobile download speed.
The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) has announced that 3650-4200 MHz band spectrum will be repurposed to promote rural connectivity and 5G deployment.
The COVID 19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of broadband connectivity for all Canadians. Yet as Canada’s network operators consistently invest billions to connect Canadians and upgrade their digital infrastructure, some people have voiced concerns about the effects of radiofrequency (RF) energy from wireless networks. Fortunately, scientists and academics around the world continue to show that these concerns are unfounded.
On January 12, former Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne was sworn in as Canada’s new Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry (ISED).