Advocacy and Strategies

Submission by CACTUS to Public Policy Forum "Media Math" Consultation (2016)

In November of 2016, CACTUS participated in a roundtable held by the Public Policy Forum in connection with its "Media Math" study into local news in Canada. Prior to the roundtable, CACTUS submitted the attached document as a backgrounder.

CACTUS Submission to "Canadian Content in a Digital World" Consultation

Letter to CRTC Requesting Review of 2016-224

Letter to the CRTC Requesting a Review of 2016-224, the local and community TV policy decision.

CACTUS Submission to Spectrum Auction Framework 2015

CACTUS' comments to Industry Canada regarding its proposal to align its television spectrum usage plans with those of the US.

CMG Letter to CRTC Requesting Hearing Delay

Letter from CMG submitted to CRTC Requesting that Policy Review Be Delayed Until after Community Media Conference.

Let's Talk TV Summary of Submissions Relevant to Community TV

This document summarizes submissions to phase III of the CRTC's "Let's Talk TV" consultation (CRTC 2014-190) from industry groups and stakeholders. It does not reflect comments by individual Canadians.

CACTUS Phase III Submission to "Let's Talk TV" (CRTC 2014-190)

This is CACTUS' written submission to Phase III of the CRTC's "Let's Talk TV" consultation (CRTC 2014-190).

CACTUS Intervention Against Separate Community Channels in Fredericton and Saint John

CACTUS Intervention Against Rogers' Application to the CRTC to Spend 4% of its revenues in Fredericton and Saint John on dual English and French community channels.

CACTUS Intervention Against Bell Moving Away from Linear Community Channel

CACTUS' intervention against an application by Bell to the CRTC to allocate part of its local expression spending toward an Internet platform, and away from a linear community channel.

CACTUS Intervention Against Separate Anglophone and Francophone Community Channels in Montreal

CACTUS intervened against Videotron's application to the CRTC to use 4% of its revenues in the Greater Montreal area to offer dual community channels, one in English and one in French.