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News release
FCM's statement on the release of the New Democratic Party of Canada's election platform costing, which confirms a major commitment to affordable housing, along with commitments to strengthen public transit, adapt communities to new climate extremes, and strengthen rural broadband connectivity. 
  • Public transit
  • Telecommunications
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Housing
News release
FCM's statement on the release of the Liberal Party of Canada’s 2019 election platform, which includes a significant commitment on permanent investments in building public transit, and addresses federal support for local infrastructure as well as investments in rural broadband connectivity.
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • Infrastructure
News release
Municipal leaders respond with concern to news from Canada’s largest telecommunications companies that they intend to reduce or review the number of rural households that will receive improved broadband connectivity, following a recent CRTC decision.
  • Northern and remote communities
  • Rural communities
  • Telecommunications
News release
Today, the Supreme Court of Canada clarified the constitutional powers of local government in regards to the siting of radio-communications and telecommunications infrastructure (i.e. antenna towers, cables, poles, etc.).
  • Telecommunications
Submission
FCM participated in the second phase of the Commission’s Review of basic telecommunications services.
  • Broadband
  • Telecommunications
Submission
Rural, remote and northern Canada helps fuel our national economy and define our national character.
  • Broadband
  • Telecommunications
Tool
A tool for municipalities to develop customized protocols for the siting of Antenna Systems within their municipality.
  • Broadband
  • Telecommunications
News release
The following statement was released by Claude Dauphin, President of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) regarding changes to Canada's Antenna Siting Policy announced today by Industry Minister James Moore.
  • Telecommunications
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