CRTC Chairman Blais says more direct intervention may be needed in Canada’s wireless industry

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  • Graham Fluet

    Good to know Blais isn’t blasé.

    • It’s Me

      He’s useless. He waits until a few days before he leaves to even whisper about needed changes. He should have started on day one on the job with these statements and set the agenda from there. Saying these things as he leaves is useless.

      He also noted that in the future, his predecessor and the CRTC may need to intervene in order to force more wireless competition:

      Maybe this should be successor…that would make more sense.

    • He had 5 years and waited till the last minute to say anything because he knew it wouldn’t matter. He was only saying it to protect his reputation. It has gotten worse since he started.

    • Graham Fluet

      So Blais WAS blasé, sorry.

  • Do Do

    More ef-ing talk. Nothing will come from this as the CRTC does nothing to actually help the public.

  • Jason

    Maybe just maybe this is the start of something

  • “I will not apologize for speaking the truth to power. That’s my job.”

    Something tells me he just read his job description 5 years too late.

  • somebody else

    Sheesh….. the future is NOW!

  • TrollSoul

    The CRTC needs to be dismantled.

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  • RG

    May be not directly on MS but elsewhere like facebook I see comments divided by political lines. Those people who say gov intervention doesn’t work, what has CRTC done that was guaranteed to address the number one complaint by customers, someone show me a decision that was directly about lower prices for us that “didn’t work”. If CRTC and/or gov have balls they can and should stand up to gouging and collusion. all I see approval of spectrum and buyouts and random things like roaming charges or length of contract limits.