The first publication of data from wave two of ACT’s Longitudinal study.
ACT researchers Catherine Middleton, Kim Sawchuk, Constance Lafontaine, Scott DeJong and Julia Henderson submitted a report as part of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC) review of the affordability of mobile devices in Canada (2019-57) on October 23.
Submitted to the Government of British Columbia: “Cell Phone Billing Transparency” Study
An intervention for the CRTC that investigated the impact of cell-phone affordability for Older adults.
Final submission for the Inquiry on use of misleading or aggressive sales practices by large telecommunications service providers (CRTC-2018-246)
Submission date: November 9, 2018
Intervention for the Inquiry on use of misleading or aggressive sales practices by large telecommunications service providers (CRTC-2018-246)
Submission date: August 29, 2018
Involving teams from seven countries this ACT project offers a unique opportunity to explore possible processes of displacement of traditional dominant media by innovative communication practices within the older audience of new media.
By Daniel Blanche
ACT’s members often need statistical data about demographic trends, contextual information, and the spread, access, and use of ICT. To make the consultation of data easier and faster, the Working Group of Statistical Data produced a series of fact sheets that summarize the information that researchers may be looking for in this respect.