SSi Stands Firm for Consumers’ Rights and Essential Competition
Yellowknife, February 22, 2017. CRTC must end continued attempts by Northwestel to deny fair pricing and open access to its fibre network. Read More
SSi Request for a streamlined order
re: Interim approval of Wholesale Connect rates:
Yellowknife, February 22, 2017. Northwestel Tariff Notice 976 – Wholesale Connect Service New Rates and Circuits: Requesting a streamlined order for interim approval of rates.
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CRTC Declares Broadband Internet a Basic Service
Yellowknife, December 22, 2016. SSi Supports New Universal Service Objective.
Canada Announces $500 Million for Remote Connectivity
Yellowknife, December 16, 2016. SSi Applauds New Connect to Innovate Program.
Backbone Redundancy for Nunavut Communities
Yellowknife, November 24, 2016.
Planning for Fibre and Satellite Backup – SSi releases White Paper.
Hope and Concern for Telecoms Competition in Western Arctic
Yellowknife, November 15, 2016.
Will revised wholesale fibre rates mean fair competition in NWT and Yukon?
SSi Selects Star Solutions for New 4G Infrastructure
Yellowknife, October 26, 2016.
Star Solutions delivers 4G-LTE and GSM “last mile” technology.
SSi and D-Link Introduce New 4G Residential Gateway
Yellowknife, October 20, 2016.
SSi has chosen D-Link as the supplier of the first Internet gateway on Nunavut’s new 4G network.
SSi and KIA Introduce the Kitikmeot Radio Network
Cambridge Bay, July 12, 2016.
SSi Micro and the Kitikmeot Inuit Association conduct first broadcast of the Kitikmeot Radio Network on Nunavut Day.
SSi Submits Final Intervention
re: CRTC Review of Basic Telecommunications Services
Ottawa, June 13, 2016.
Final Comments to CRTC regarding The Qimirluk Proposal.
SSi’s Presentation at the CRTC Hearing
re: Review of Basic Telecommunications Services
Ottawa, April 12, 2016.
SSi presents The Qimirluk Proposal in a 15 minute speech before the CRTC.
Broadband is a must-have for digital democracy
Yellowknife, February 1, 2016.
In the midst of a major broadband network upgrade across Nunavut, SSi continues efforts before the CRTC to improve connectivity in the North; encourages public support. Read More
SSi Announces $75 Million Investment
IQALUIT, September 23, 2015. Today the SSi Group of Companies, the premier broadband provider in Northern Canada, announced $75 million of new investment in Nunavut’s broadband future.
This represents a significant milestone and an unprecedented effort to help bridge the digital divide between North and South. All of Nunavut consumers, business, the education system, health-care providers and government will soon benefit from SSi’s commitment to upgraded capacity and next-generation communications technologies.