About us

The CRTC is an administrative tribunal that regulates and supervises broadcasting and telecommunications in the public interest.

Service and information

Our mandate, mission and what we do

We are dedicated to ensuring that Canadians have access to a world-class communication system that promotes innovation and enriches their lives.

Our leadership

Organization chart, contact information and biographies of the Chairperson, Vice-Chairs, Commissioners, Secretary General and Senior Management.

Official languages and linguistic minority communities

The CRTC is committed to addressing the needs of linguistic minority communities and ensuring that the Canadian broadcasting system reflects the linguistic duality of Canada.

CRTC-CCA Prize for Excellence in Policy Research

The CRTC-CCA Prize is awarded to graduate student research that contributes to Canada’s public policy development.

Areas of focus

Learn about the CRTC’s areas of focus, ongoing priorities, and how we are committed to delivering results for Canadians.

Indigenous Relations Team

This team will support Indigenous participation in CRTC proceedings and will ensure the distinct nature and lived experiences of Indigenous peoples are considered across the CRTC’s work.


Video: The CRTC’s role in the digital economy

You deserve communications networks and services that you can count on. The CRTC plays an important role to make that a reality.

Meet the Martels

Follow the quirky adventures of a typical Canadian family as they navigate issues when using their phones, TV and Internet.

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