Bell holds the contract for a prison phone system described as “prohibitive, predatory, and outdated”
Documents obtained by CANADALAND reveal a plan to create a not-for-profit corporation responsible for maintaining a blacklist of alleged pirate sites.
“They are an enormous client,” wrote a program director to her staff Battered by allegations of animal mistreatment, barred from breeding more orcas, and beset by frequent protests, Marineland is a theme park with few friends. Thankfully for the beleaguered Niagara Falls attraction, their generous ad budget means that Bell-owned radio stations won’t contribute … Continued
Neither organization will say how much the deal is worth or whether it was appropriate to strike while Bell is appealing a CRTC decision to the same ministry.
Last July, the CRTC said Bell couldn’t have a monopoly on its new fibreoptic infrastructure. It would have to sell access to other providers to encourage competition. Bell was given 90 days after the July 22 ruling to appeal the decision. They filed the appeal on the last possible day — Oct. 20, the day after Justin Trudeau’s Liberals were swept into power.
The people who are asked to speak on panels on two daily national news programs are overwhelmingly male, a snapshot review of guests on CBC’s Power and Politics and CTV’s Power Play has shown.
Today is Bell Let’s Talk day, a corporate initiative from the Canadian telecommunications company to talk about mental illness. I worked at Bell and faced the same issues they’re trying to shed light on
Buzzfeed Canada’s social news editor Lauren Strapagiel discusses the fabled Canadian News Hall of Fame, Peter Mansbridge’s exclusive access to Trudeau, and Bell’s pleas to eradicate fairness and restore oligopoly.
A Bell executive gets caught meddling with the news and the debate on Bill C-51 gets distracted by boobs. Conservative cartoonist J.J. McCullough co-hosts.
Emma Teitel returns as Dave Bidini mansplains class to Joni Mitchell, Bell’s news orgs “report” on Bell’s new product, and SUN news illustrates the Liberal-lesbian-pedophile meetup that wasn’t.
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