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ISCC and NARALO

ISCC is one of seven ISOC Chapters as part of NARALO. NARALO is the North American At Large Organization, part of the end-user community. ISCC representatives will be at the NARALO General Assembly at the ARIN meeting in New Orleans in early April 2017. To learn more about NARALO see…...

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ISCC Submission in Public Safety Canada Cyber Security Consultation

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Canada’s approach to cyber security review

Public Safety Canada is conducting a consultation to review Canada’s approach to cyber security. Internet Society Canada Chapter (ISCC) will participate in this consultation to ensure that Public Safety Canada is informed of the views and ideas of Canadians on a broad range of cyber security issues and topics. Accordingly,…...

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Global Affairs Canada Event

Global Affairs Canada (GAC) is conducting a review of Canada’s approach to international development assistance. Internet Society Canada Chapter (ISCC) wants to ensure that Internet access will be a significant area of focus for Canada’s international assistance efforts going forward after this consultation is completed. Accordingly, we are inviting you…...

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ISCC 2016 Board

The new  ISCC 2016 board held their first meeting after the  ISCC AGM  on Friday April 29th, 2016. List of  Board Members and Officers: Lynne Hamilton, President Tim Denton, Chair Nancy Carter, Treasurer Chris Tacit, Secretary, Vice President (Interim) Marita Moll, Director Sam Lanfranco, Director Evan Leibovitch-Director Janet Cloud-Director Konrad…...

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ISCC 2016 Annual General Meeting-Completed

The 2016 annual meeting of Internet Society Canada Chapter was held 2:00 PM on April 29, 2016. The meeting was at the offices of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority located at: 979 Bank Street, Suite 400, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5K5 Video Recording of the Session https://youtu.be/ZIsUpu5oleY Byron Holland, the CEO…...

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Canadians continue to #TalkBroadband with the CRTC!

CRTC unveils public opinion research report March 30, 2016 – Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) Since April 2015, more than 25,000 comments have been received for the review of basic telecommunications services and more than 30,000 Canadians have filled out the Let’s Talk Broadband questionnaire. Today, two…...

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