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This publication shows the communications services subscription rates and expenditure data by region and by age group for the past 5 years. Communications services include landline, mobile, Internet, and television distribution.
The data presented comes from Statistics Canada's Survey of Household Spending 2017, Media Technology Monitor, and CRTC sources.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (hereafter, the Commission) collects prices annually from Canadian service providers for residential communications services. This report presents the reported monthly prices (hereafter, prices) for each of basic television, basic wireline telephone, Internet (3 levels of service) and mobile (4 levels of service) services for 24 urban centres and 54 rural communities, from all provinces and territories across Canada, as of December 31, 2017.
In order to report on its performance against the Protect pillar, the CRTC requires reliable trend data on the "Percentage of Canadians who consider that the CRTC is taking measures to enhance their safety and protection in the communication system" (the performance indicator). The initial survey took place in 2015. The questions posed in 2015 were replicated in this latest survey using the same methodology in order to be able to measure changes in public opinion over time. Two additional new survey questions were also posed.
This publication gives an overview of the communications industry from 2013 to 2017, and highlights pertinent revenue trends and key industry characteristics. The communications industry encompasses both the broadcasting and telecommunications market sectors. The data presented comes from CRTC sources.
This dataset presents a summary of television viewing and ownership data contained in the 2014 Communications Monitoring Report.
The Remote Communities Energy Database is a public resource that provides pertinent factual information about the generation and use of electricity and other energy sources for all remote communities in Canada. Communities are identified as remote communities if they are not currently connected to the North-American electrical grid nor to the piped natural gas network; and is a permanent or long-term (5 years or more) settlement with at least 10 dwellings. The Remote Communities Energy Database is the only national data source on energy in remote communities that is publically available on one centralized site. The Remote Communities Energy Database allows users to search and conduct analyses of remote communities and their energy context.
The Telecommunications Overview provides a glimpse into various aspects of telecommunications in Canada and includes the following: a description of the entities proving telecommunications services, revenue details for the six sectors (local and access, long distance, data, private line, fixed Internet and mobile), insight into the sources of revenue growth in telecommunications, metrics such as capital expenditures and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, customer contacts and complaints, as well as summaries of the six telecommunications sectors.
Longer-form descriptions are available for the retail fixed Internet and retail mobile sectors in separate sections of the 2019 Communications Monitoring Report.
This publication summarizes the status of the retail mobile sector and provides insight to the level of competition by comparing various metrics of the top 3 mobile service providers, in terms of revenue and subscriber markets share, against the other mobile service providers in Canada.
Statistical and financial data compiled from Canadian broadcasting entities.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (hereafter, the Commission) annually collects financial and subscription information on Internet services. In addition, information on the availability of broadband Internet services is collected in partnership with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED). Also, the Commission conducts research into the data requirements of certain Internet-based audio and video applications. This report presents financial and subscription information over 5 year period from 2014 to 2018.