Mobilicity creditor protection extended to 26 Sep

26 Jun 2014

Indebted Canadian cellco Mobilicity announced yesterday that it has obtained an order from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granting a stay extension under its current Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) proceedings to 26 September 2014. A copy of the order of the Court will be made available on the website of Ernst & Young, the officially appointed monitor, at The monitor’s seventh report on the company, dated 24 June 2014, is also available on the website. Mobilicity stressed that ‘it continues to be business as usual’ for its customers. The CCAA is a federal law allowing insolvent corporations to restructure their business and financial affairs. The main purpose of the CCAA is to enable financially distressed companies to avoid bankruptcy, foreclosure or seizure of assets while maximising returns for their creditors and preserving both jobs and the company’s value as a functioning business, under court supervision.

Canada, Mobilicity,


Subscribe to CommsUpdate to get the day’s top telecom headlines delivered to your email.

Subscribe to CommsUpdate


Have feedback, corrections, or story ideas? Send them to

Browse Past Issues


Filter CommsUpdate by the following categories or use the search.


Visit our help page information on performing advanced searches, including how to restrict the results by country or company.


CommsUpdate is an outstanding advertising venue for companies seeking to reach:

  • International carriers
  • Wholesale service providers
  • Equipment and software vendors
  • Telecom investors
  • Regulators

Learn more about advertising on CommsUpdate.