- Intellectual Property
Subject Matter Details
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution, Policies or Program
- Legislative initiatives that may involve or impact competitive telecommunication service providers such as the interpretation and implementation of the 2006 Government of Canada Telecom Policy Direction to the CRTC and revisions to legislation related to matters such as public safety, strengthening Canadian content, the notice-and-notice framework component of the Copyright Act and others that may arise.
Policies or Program, Regulation
- All matters related to the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Acts, particularly as they relate to wholesale policies, competitive access to telecommunication facilities, and fostering sustainable competition. For telecommunications, this relates to wholesale telecommunications service regulations and policies such as those set out in CRTC Telecom Regulatory Policy 2015-326 and other CRTC decisions and initiatives that affect competitive telecommunication service providers. For broadcasting, this relates to broadcasting regulation and policies such as those set out in the CRTC’s series of “Let’s Talk TV” decisions.
Canadian Heritage (PCH)
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
Competition Bureau Canada (COBU)
House of Commons
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Public Safety Canada (PS)
Senate of Canada
In-house Organization Details
Description of the organization's activities
CNOC represents the interests of those bodies corporate in Canada that own or operate wireline networks, in whole or in part, and are involved in the competitive provision of communications services to the public over those networks.
CNOC also enables and promotes innovation and productivity in Canada, as well as Canada’s international competitiveness through the removal of barriers to increased competition in the provision of communications services.
Responsible officer name and position during the period of this registration
Organization's membership or classes of membership
CNOC members own or operate wireline networks within Canada. CNOC members serve almost 2 million residential and 200,000 business customers in Canada.
No government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
In-house Organization Contact Information
204-78 George, Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 5W1
Lobbyists employed by the organization
- Jeff Brownlee,
Executive Director |
Public offices held
- Geoff White,
Director of Legal Affairs |
No public offices held