Consultations and hearings: have your say
The CRTC works closely with individuals, broadcasters, service providers and businesses to enhance broadcasting and telecommunications (telecom) services in Canada.
To do that, we depend on you, Canadians, to tell us what matters to you. What do you want and need? What is working for you? What isn’t? We gather these opinions and comments during public proceedings and hearings on specific topics.
Find proceedings (consultations) open for comment by topic:
- Phone and Internet (telecom)
- Radio, TV and distribution (broadcasting)
- Unwanted calls, spam and rules for telemarketers (compliance and enforcement)
Services and information
Public proceedings (consultations)
Find a consultation or application based on topics, notice numbers and dates.
Find out how to submit your comments for a public proceeding. You can do this in writing or online. You can also ask to speak at a public hearing.
We want to know your thoughts. You can now submit your interventions with a video in sign language or in writing.
We are reviewing Northwestel and other telecommunication companies to ensure that services are available at affordable rates.
Status: phase 2 coming soon
We are reviewing Video Relay Service (VRS) in Canada to ensure it meets users’ needs.
Status: temporarily suspended
We are reviewing CBC’s programming to ensure the public broadcaster provides services that reflect the diversity of Canada’s population, while meeting its needs in both official languages.
Status: closed for comment
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