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Council to decide on tower

Oliver council will be choosing between telecommunication tower renderings on Monday Casey Richardson – Sep 20, 2020 / 4:00 am  Photo: Contributed One rendering of the proposed telecommunications tower The Town of Oliver will be reviewing the simulations of the proposed placement of the telecommunications tower at 6450 Spartan Street. After the Council supported a […]

Bell, Telus give 5G contracts to Europeans, Huawei shut out

  ROB GILLIES  Associated Press  2020-06-02 TORONTO (AP) — Two of Canada’s three major telecommunication companies announced Tuesday they’ve decided not to use Chinese tech giant Huawei for their next-generation 5G wireless network. Bell Canada announced that Sweden-based Ericsson will be its supplier and Telus Corp. later announced that it had also selected Ericsson and […]

Ottawa pledges affordable Wireless

Canadians need to use wireless LESS not MORE, but the Canadian Government is wanting to make more money from 5G ( Yes Industry Canada makes money on Cell Tower permits ), encouraging cell phone providers to reduce the telecom prices in the next two years.   0

Telus plans rollout of 5G network using Huawei technology

Chinese component maker accused of stealing state secrets and being an arm of Chinese government CBC News · Posted: Feb 13, 2020 Telecommunications company Telus Corp. says it is planning to roll out its 5G network in the near future using some technology from Chinese component maker Huawei. CFO Doug French told The Financial Post newspaper in […]

London, Ontario might sign a two-year pilot project with Rogers to install 5G network devices

By Shruti Shekar@shruti_shekar JUNE 24, 2019 The City of London could sign onto a two-year pilot project that would involve Rogers installing 5G network devices at three locations throughout the city. Mat Daley, the city director of IT services, said his department is pushing the city’s politicians to “give the green light” on the project […]

THE RACE TO 5G

StarMetro Vancouver 7 Nov 2019 StarMetro Vancouver     –    7 Nov 2019  –   ME­LANIE GREEN Canada’s wired fu­ture awaits — once it nav­i­gates Huawei, China and Don­ald Trump’s Amer­ica   THE AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS Bell and Telus await the fed­eral govern­ment’s de­ci­sion on Huawei’s 5G tech­nol­ogy, as they have sub­stan­tial in­vest­ments in the firm, […]

Winnipeg should be cautious about 5G antennas

By: Margaret Friesen and Frank Clegg Posted: 11/5/2019 3:00 AM   The telecommunications providers want us to believe there is an international competition to win the 5G technology race. However, the real race is whether these companies can install their 5G antennas close to our homes and schools, and nearly everywhere else, before the public […]

Edmonton explores 5G network potential as experts warn to be careful where it comes from

By Kashmala Fida   Star Edmonton Tues., Oct. 29, 2019   EDMONTON— Edmonton wants to be a leader in 5G cellular wireless communication and although experts commend the forward thinking endeavour, they want city officials to be careful who they get the technology from. Edmonton could benefit from being the first to deploy 5G — a […]

London Ontario requires $5 million insurance coverage for 5G

StopSmartMetersBC newsletter June 24, 2019 : Meeting Tuesday, June 25, 4pm in London, Ontario regarding a pilot project for 5G. A full outline plus the application is included in this link. Point 10 of the application requires $5 million insurance coverage. Nothing specific to EMR but such a broad provision would, I suspect, indemnify the […]

Rogers wants to install 5G pilot project in London

Londoners could soon begin to enjoy the benefits of 5G technologies. JONATHAN JUHA Updated: June 23, 2019 City hall’s information technology (IT) department is asking local politicians to give the green light to a two-year pilot project between the city and Rogers Communications Canada that would see the installation of 5G cellular telecommunication devices – […]

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