Parking Panda, the leading U.S. on-demand parking app, has announced its first international expansion into Canada by introducing guaranteed parking reservations to Toronto drivers. For the first time ever, Canadian city drivers and sports fans can book hassle-free parking and outsmart the crowd with third-party parking reservations at over 20 partner parking lots and garages. Parking Panda is furthering its North American presence alongside its partnership announcement with the Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), Canada’s preeminent leader in delivering top quality sport and entertainment experiences.
Source: Parking Panda Launches in Canada, Expands North American Presence through Partnership with Maple
The CRTC has publicly congratulated the wireless carriers for “develop[ing] specifications” for an emergency alert messages system, but stated that it is now “critical that emergency alert messages be delivered to mobile devices,” not just on television and radio stations.
Source: Canadians will start receiving emergency alerts through their mobile device in 2016 | MobileSyrup.com
Alek Krstajic criticizes Canada’s dominant carriers for campaigning against spectrum auction rules
Source: Wind Mobile executive pushes Ottawa to increase telecom competition
Thanks to a recent CRTC decision, all Canadians will be able to subscribe to the service, no matter what their their current Internet service provider is.
Source: Shomi to be made available to all Canadians this summer | MobileSyrup.com