Legislative and Regulatory Interventions

Chairman’s Report, Internet Society, Canada Chapter, December 2016 This is a review of the Internet Society, Canada Chapter’s interventions to various governments in the year 2016.

Why is the Internet Invisible to the law? ISOC Canada memorandum to DG Telecom Policy on Bell’s Appeal of CRTC Decision 2015-326, sent to Industry Canada December 20th, 2015. Could we start to take the Internet seriously please? Published at the Industry Canada site in English at http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/smt-gst.nsf/eng/sf11151.html

Dissent in part, Telecom Regulatory Policy 2010-632, Access to High-Speed Access Facilities

Concurring Opinion in the 2009 CRTC New Media decision, Broadcasting Regulatory Policy 2009-239 (please go to the end where my opinion appears) June 2009

Final Argument of Quebec Coalition of Internet Service Providers in the essential services proceeding, leading to Telecom Decision CRTC 2008-17

Presentation by the Quebec Coalition of Internet Service Providers on the Minister of Industry’s Policy Directive to the CRTC (August 2006)

CIRA’s contribution to the Canadian Interconnection Steering Committee’s Working Group on ENUM, 22 March 2004.

Letter to the Chairman of the CRTC on the introduction of the ENUM protocol to Canada, February 21, 2003

Remarks on the submission by CAIP to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, December 4, 1997, regarding Bill C-17, an Act to amend the Telecommunications Act and the Teleglobe Canada Reorganizations and Divestiture Act

Other Interventions

Comments by the Commercial Internet eXchange on FCC Computer III, March 1998

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